Total revenues of $36.6 million include product and service revenues, which are expected to be about $33.6 million and would be a 42 percent increase year over year.
While NanoString will commercialize its nCounter for research use applications, Veracyte will move its current assays onto the platform to reach a global audience.
Veracyte has also acquired Nanostring's Prosigna breast cancer and LymphMark lymphoma assays and plans to develop diagnostic tests using the nCounter platform.
The method, dubbed GoPhAST-R, was codeveloped by researcher from the Broad Institute and NanoString, which now hopes to work with a partner to commercialize it.
Investigators compared expression in different men across the genes from three commercial panels, arguing that the findings highlight important unknowns.
NanoString logged $30.6 million in revenues in the third quarter, beating the Wall Street estimate of $28.1 million.
CareDx will use NanoString's new Human Organ Transplant panel to develop HistoMap, a gene expression profiling test to identify allograft rejection.
Product and service revenues were up 10 percent year over year to $22.4 million compared to $20.4 million in the year-ago quarter.
The partners will use the GeoMx Digital Spatial Profiler to identify new biomarkers in high-risk breast cancer and the nCounter to evaluate leukemia fusion testing.
Authors concluded that all three assays — Oncotype DX, EndoPredict, and Prosigna — met Canadian thresholds for cost-effectiveness and urged caution in considering the findings.