Curetis Validating Blood Culture Cartridge for CE-IVD Launch in Q2 | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – In preparation for a CE-IVD launch in the second quarter, Curetis has initiated the final performance evaluation of its BCU Blood Culture Application cartridge to diagnose bloodstream infections.

The Holzgerlingen, Germany-based company is also gathering momentum from its November IPO on Euronext to launch additional products and to establish a US operation in advance of potential US Food and Drug Administration clearance of its Unyvero sample-to-answer molecular diagnostics platform and initial test for lower respiratory tract infections.

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