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S. BY CANCER CLASSIFICATION 162

Breast Cancer MDx Platforms 162

TABLE 67 BREAST CANCER MDX TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS 163

Breast Cancer Multivariate Diagnostic Tests 164

TABLE 68 COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPE FOR MULTIVARIATE BREAST CANCER TESTS, BY PARAMETER 164

TABLE 68 (CONTINUED) 165

Breast Cancer Multivariate … (Continued) 166

Regulatory Status of Gene Profiling Diagnostic Tests 167

TABLE 69 FDA REGULATORY POSITION ON IVDMIA 167

CERVICAL CANCER 168

TABLE 70 COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPE FOR HPV TESTS 168

TABLE 70 (CONTINUED) 169

COLORECTAL CANCER 170

Conventional Colorectal Cancer Screening Tests 170

TABLE 71 CURRENT SCREENING AND DIAGNOSTICS TESTS FOR COLORECTAL CANCER 171

Molecular Colorectal Cancer Diagnostics Tests 172

TABLE 72 COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPE FOR COLORECTAL MOLECULAR TESTS 172

Molecular Colorectal Cancer … (Continued) 173

CUP 174

TABLE 73 COMMERCIAL MDX PLATFORMS FOR TISSUE OF ORIGIN TESTS 175

GASTRIC CANCER 176

LUNG CANCER 177

Lung Cancer (Continued) 178

OVARIAN CANCER 179

TABLE 74 OVARIAN CANCER SCREENING TESTS 179

TABLE 75 OVARIAN CANCER DIAGNOSTIC TEST STATUS 180

PANCREATIC CANCER 180

PEDIATRIC CANCERS 181

PROSTATE CANCER 181

Prostate Cancer (Continued) 182

COMPREHENSIVE CANCER TESTS 183

STATUS OF BIOCHIP-BASED INFECTIOUS DISEASE DIAGNOSTICS 183

SEPSIS 183

TUBERCULOSIS 184

MRSA 184

INFLUENZA 185

OTHER INFECTIOUS DISEASES 185

STATUS OF BIOCHIP-BASED DME DIAGNOSTICS 186

DMES 186

TABLE 76 MICROARRAY-BASED DME DIAGNOSTICS TESTS 186

DMEs (Continued) 187

WARFARIN DOSING 188

TABLE 77 WARFARIN CYP PGX DIAGNOSTICS TEST COMPETITOR SPACE 189

TABLE 77 (CONTINUED) 190

Warfarin Dosing (Continued) 191'/>"/>

SOURCE S OF COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE IN DNA MICROARRAYS 265
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