IVD Upstart Biocept Hopes to Launch Novel Prenatal Diagnostic Product by End of Year | GenomeWeb

Hoping to grab a piece of the prenatal-testing market, Biocept, a closely held in vitro diagnostic upstart, is determined to get its first microarray-based diagnostic approved in the United States by the end of the year.

If successful, the company will not only enter a market that can run as high as $240 million a year, but may nab a greater share of that market than traditional diagnostics because its tests will eventually be less invasive.

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