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Biocept and Clarient Announce Collaboration on First Test for Circulating Tumor Cells and HER2 Status in Breast Cancer Patients
Date:8/24/2011

d actionable information to physicians that enable better patient care. This includes clinical assessments of CTCs, both prognostic and diagnostic, which may provide physicians with information highly relevant for the treatment of their patients with cancer.

About Clarient

Clarient combines innovative diagnostic technologies with world class pathology expertise to assess and characterize cancer. Clarient's mission is to become the leader in cancer diagnostics by dedicating itself to collaborative relationships with the healthcare community to translate cancer discovery and research into better patient care. Clarient's principal customers include pathologists, oncologists, hospitals, and biopharmaceutical companies. The rise of individualized medicine as the new direction in oncology has created the need for a centralized resource providing leading diagnostic technologies, such as flow cytometry and molecular testing. Clarient is that resource, having created a state-of-the-art commercial cancer laboratory providing advanced oncology testing and diagnostic services. Clarient's customers are connected to its Internet-based portal, PATHSITE® that delivers high-resolution images and critical interpretive reports based on its diagnostic testing. Clarient also develops and markets new, proprietary "companion" diagnostic markers for therapeutics in breast, prostate, lung, ovarian, and colon cancers, and leukemia/lymphoma.

www.Clarientinc.com

Biocept's CEE™ Platform

Biocept is developing the proprietary CEE™ (cell enrichment and extraction) platform, and a family of specialized CTC tests (OncoCEE™), which will be provided as a service to physicians and patients, as well as pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies through Biocept's CLIA-certified, CAP-accredited laboratory.  The CEE™ platform is comprised of micro-fluidic capture channels and
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