Study Validates Analytical, Clinical Performance of Automated BG Medicine Galectin-3 Test | GenomeWeb

BG Medicine noted this week the publication of a study validating the analytical and clinical performance of an automated version of its BGM Galectin-3 heart failure test.

Published in Clinica Chimica Acta, the study used BioMérieux's VIDAS Galectin-3 assay, which the company has developed in partnership with BG, to analyze blood samples from 137 patients with chronic heart failure.

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