Roche's Ariosa Receives CE Mark for Harmony Software, Licenses Tech to Labs | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Roche's Ariosa Diagnostics has received the CE mark for its proprietary FORTE software that is part of its noninvasive Harmony Prenatal Test and has licensed the test technology to several laboratories.

"Achieving this regulatory milestone validates our efforts and allows Ariosa to partner with labs throughout Europe and license the FORTE software required for technology transfers," said Ariosa Chief Operating Officer Dave Mullarkey in a statement.

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