By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Miraculins today said that it has successfully completed a two-part ISO certification audit conducted by the BSI Group.

The Winnipeg, Manitoba-based biomarker-based diagnostics firm said that the audit recommended that the firm receive ISO 13485 certification. The company said the certification is a "critical regulatory and business plan milestone" as heads toward commercial launch of its PreVu Non-Invasive Skin Cholesterol test.

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