By Adam Bonislawski

The US Food and Drug Administration has delayed the release of its draft guidance on the biomarker qualification process.

Originally slated to be released this summer, the guidance – which will detail the formal steps involved in qualifying biomarkers for FDA approval – will now be put out sometime "before the end of the year," Federico Goodsaid, associate director for operations in genomics at FDA, told ProteoMonitor.

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