Diagnovus this week launched Engauge-Cancer-DLBCL, a gene expression assay designed to aid physicians with risk stratification and treatment of patients with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma.

According to the company, Engauge-Cancer-DLBCL uses a proprietary algorithm that combines a two-gene signature (measuring expression of LMO2 and CD137) and the International Prognostic Index, producing a single risk classification. It is a standardized multi-gene reverse transcriptase-PCR assay conducted on paraffin-embedded primary DLBCL tumor tissue.

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