With Two Validation Studies Complete, Pronota Prepping Heart Failure Dx for 2014 Launch | GenomeWeb

With positive data from two validation studies in hand, diagnostics firm Pronota is prepping its acute heart failure protein biomarker CD146 for a 2014 launch.

The company announced last week that two independent validation studies comprising more than 500 patients demonstrated the marker significantly improved diagnosis of acute heart failure in patients presenting with shortness of breath.

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