NEW YORK (360Dx) – Six years after gaining the rights to a point-of-care diagnostic technology originally developed at Harvard University, Opko Health is readying a regulatory submission for an instrument and a prostate-specific antigen test based on the technology.

If successful, the platform, called Claros 1, could make quantitative immunodiagnostic testing readily accessible to physicians, simplifying testing procedures and increasing testing compliance among patients, a company executive said.

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