Warfarin dosing test
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Kimball Genetics joins the small number of labs performing pharmacogenetic tests for warfarin therapy with the launch of its Warfarin DoseAdvise June 5. The test, performed at Kimball's CLIA-certified lab in Denver, analyzes genes in blood or cheek cell samples to inform dosing of the common blood thinner. According to Kimball CEO Annette Taylor, FDA plans to revise warfarin product labeling to advocate genetic testing. Other labs offering warfarin dosing tests include Clinical Data (PGxPredict). Third Wave, which sells reagents for warfarin tests, is developing the Invader warfarin in vitro diagnostic (1"The Gray Sheet" March 6, 2006, p. 12)...
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