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Banyan Readies For Pivotal Study Of Molecular Dx For Traumatic Brain Injury

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Banyan Biomarkers blood-based assay works by detecting the presence of two proteins that only cross the blood-brain barrier if there’s been a brain injury. An IDE was filed July 2 and the firm hopes for PMA approval in 2014.

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