NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – VolitionRx announced today that it has received CE marking for its blood-based colorectal cancer assay NuQX001S, one of several assays the company intends to market together for cancer diagnosis.

The test is based on the company's Nucleosomics technology platform, which identifies and measures nucleosomes in the bloodstream. VolitionRx is developing a suite of NuQ ELISA assays and said that it aims to commercialize a test comprising four to six individual assays for clinical use in Europe next year.

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