Health Diagnostic Laboratory Using Purchase of Tethys Assets to Further Develop Diabetes Test | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Health Diagnostic Laboratory plans this summer to begin running studies of biomarkers comprising its Diabetes Prevention and Management Panel using clinical samples obtained in its purchase of assets from defunct diagnostics firm Tethys Bioscience.

HDL hopes the studies will provide data on the accuracy of its markers and panel for predicting patient conversion from a healthy state to pre-diabetes, as well as from pre-diabetes to diabetes and to more severe outcomes, Szilard Voros, the company's chief academic officer, told ProteoMonitor.

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