NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Singulex plans to list its single-molecule counting Sgx Clarity instrument as a CE-marked in vitro diagnostic in Europe at the end of March and plans to submit it for US Food and Drug Administration clearance in the second half of the year, according to Singulex CEO Guido Baechler.

In an interview at the recent JP Morgan Healthcare conference in San Francisco, Baechler provided an update on the firm's activities in the immunodiagnostics space and in developing its single-molecule counting (SMC) technology for various applications.

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