NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Duke University spinout Predigen Diagnostics is developing a multiplex platform that uses host gene expression signatures as a basis for the prognostic, diagnostic, and therapeutic monitoring systems it is developing.

If all goes well, it expects to have a first product in regulatory review by the US Food and Drug Administration sometime in 2022.

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