Fresh from winning the CE Mark as an in vitro diagnostic, Whatman’s multiplex protein chip for autoimmune diseases is ready to launch in Germany, and the company is figuring out the steps it needs to take to begin selling it in the US, Whatman announced last week.
The chip, whose CE Mark came eight months later than had been originally expected, was co-developed with Privates Institut für Immunologie und Molekulargenetik, a German laboratory specializing in autoimmune and other clinical diagnostic assays.

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