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NEW YORK – Two months after going public, Exagen has big plans for its future in the autoimmune diagnostic arena.

With nine tests currently on the market and several more in the pipeline, the company is using its proprietary cell-bound complement activation products (CB-CAPS) technology to expand its offerings and provide more options for patients with autoimmune disorders, a market that Exagen CEO Ron Rocca estimated at $5 billion annually. 

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