NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Diagnostics firm Metabolomic Technologies (MTI) this week launched sales of its PolypDx colorectal cancer test.

The assay, which uses triple-quad mass spec to measure the levels of three metabolites in patient urine to aid in early detection of adenomatous polyps, is being offered initially as a laboratory-developed test by Atlantic Diagnostic Laboratories (ADL).

MTI signed a deal with ADL in May making that company the exclusive licensee and distributor of the PolypDx test in 11 US states and Washington DC.

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