Great Basin Begins Clinical Trial for C. Difficile Test on Automated MDx Platform | GenomeWeb

By Ben Butkus

Great Basin has commenced a clinical trial to evaluate its first molecular diagnostic test, an assay for Clostridium difficile using the company's cartridge-based sample-to-answer molecular testing platform

The company also said that it has achieved encouraging results in a preclinical study of the C. difficile assay, and that if clinical trial results are equally positive the company plans to submit the test for US Food and Drug Administration approval by the end of the summer.

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