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QIAGEN and Exosome Diagnostics to Develop First-In-Class, Non-Invasive Diagnostics for Key Genetic Biomarkers in Lung and Other Cancers
Date:1/13/2014

integration of Exosome Diagnostics' technology with QIAGEN's proven sample technologies is expected to create cost effective, easy-to-use and automated sample-to-result workflows for clinical research and healthcare.

In 2013, QIAGEN and Exosome Diagnostics announced plans to launch the first in a series of high-performance sample preparation kits for processing nucleic acids from biofluid exosomes during the second quarter of 2014.

"We are excited about this new testing option, which has the potential to expand our existing and future assay portfolio," said Peer M. Schatz, Chief Executive Officer of QIAGEN. "Biofluid-based tests can significantly increase the value of molecular diagnostics in diseases that currently depend on tissue biopsies. We look forward to our expanded collaboration with Exosome and to create solutions for healthcare and science which can improve lives."

James McCullough, Chief Executive Officer of Exosome Diagnostics, said: "The ability to perform molecular diagnostic tests on easily accessible biofluids represents an important advance in personalized medicine. It will allow physicians to follow patient's disease status more closely and to provide the best possible treatment.  QIAGEN is the ideal partner to bring robust, regulated exosome technology products to the global clinical market place."  

About Exosomes

Exosomes and other microvesicles are a key part of the body's complex communication system, transferring genetic instructions between cells. Shed under both normal and pathological conditions, they can be isolated from biofluids such as blood, urine and cerebrospinal fluid. Exosomes carry nucleic acids (RNA and DNA) and proteins from their host cells and are widely considered to be an essential new source for biomarker discovery for use in personalized healthcare diagnostics. Tumor cells, for i
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