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The French company sold the Novaprep assets to Belarus-based Algimed following a strategic review a year ago. It will now focus on the Primerdesign and Lab21 businesses.

The firm is performing a clinical trial for Finder in preparation of a 510(k) submission to the FDA, anticipated in early 2020, it said.

The company's newest products and planned updates reveal a focus on operational efficiency and increasing automation for core lab management.  

 

As part of the expanded deal, Oncore will offer StageZero's BreastSentry and Prostate Health Index tests, as well as ColonSentry.

A bi-weekly listing of recent local coverage determinations from Medicare Administrative Contractors.

 

Apatagen is developing the aptamer-based test to diagnose human carriers of pork tapeworm and prevent neurocysticercosis, which causes adult-onset epilepsy.

The company's point-of-care platform combines clinical chemistry, immunoassays, and hematology technology to run a range of diagnostic tests. 

 

The company is developing an automated benchtop system to provide accurate lab results in 20 minutes for a variety of tests from a small sample of blood. 

The test, which is in development using perspiration as a sample, has shown promising performance in a preliminary study.

The test will now be considered medically reasonable and necessary for patients over 45 with moderately elevated levels of prostate-specific antigen. 

Since the FDA issued its safety communication in 2017, some lab test developers have mitigated the biotin interference of their assays, but others have not.

Siemens Healthineers will use the technology, which Quanterix acquired as part of its buy of UmanDiagnostics, to develop blood-based Nf-L clinical tests.

The firm said it is tackling challenges in its Diagnostics business, which had 2 percent growth year over year on a comparable basis in its fiscal fourth quarter.

The study reflects the importance of including multiple biomarkers for diagnostic and treatment decisions associated with pneumonia, IVD industry experts said.

The Australian Red Cross Blood Service will use the Alinity s System to process its blood tests and improve lab automation. 

The developers anticipate that their new approach may enable noninvasive and continuous monitoring of glucose, lactate, and other clinical parameters.

Aalto sells raw materials for in vitro diagnostics including purified human proteins, monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies, and viral antigens.

The firm said that a new R&D plant will enable it to develop non-core testing applications that allow it to enter new markets, such as veterinary diagnostics.

The device is intended for preparation of stool samples and use with Buhlmann's Fcal Turbo calprotectin test.

The solutions are solutions for both clinical chemistry and immunoassay platforms and are meant to help labs run tests faster on less equipment and automate manual tasks.  

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