Correlogic Obtains CE Mark for OvaCheck Proteomic Test, Undertakes Second Arm of US Clinical Trial | GenomeWeb

This story originally ran on June 10.

Proteomic diagnostic developer Correlogic this week announced that it had obtained CE marking from the European Union for its OvaCheck protein biomarker blood test for the detection of epithelial ovarian cancer.

The certification allows the company to offer OvaCheck commercially in Europe as it continues to seek FDA approval for the test in the US.

Sales of the test in Europe are still several months away, Correlogic CEO Peter Levine told ProteoMonitor.

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