LifeCodexx Validates T21 Test as it Completes Regulatory Approval to Launch as IVD | GenomeWeb

This story was originally published on April 27.

GATC Biotech subsidiary LifeCodexx has completed the clinical validation of its sequencing-based prenatal trisomy 21 test, Praena Test, and is in the process of gaining regulatory approval to launch the test as an in vitro diagnostic test initially in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and Liechtenstein.

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