FDA: TearLab’s Discovery MMP-9 test 510(k) fails to meet substantial equivalence

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 (OTC:TEAR) said this week that the FDA ruled that the company’s 510(k) submission for its TearLab Discovery MMP-9 test, designed to measure an inflammatory biomarker found in tears, did not meet criteria for substantial equivalence.

The San Diego-based company’s TearLab Discovery lab-on-a-chip platform is intended to analyze multiple biomarkers in human tears with nanoliter volume tear collection. The MMP-9 test is intended to aid in the diagnosis of dry eye disease, the company added.

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