Verici Dx’s post-transplant test, Tuteva, to be rebranded as TutiviaTM
Verici Dx plc (AIM: VRCI), a developer of advanced clinical diagnostics for organ transplant, announces that its post-transplant blood test focused on acute rejection, has been rebranded as TutiviaTM.
TutiviaTM (formerly known as Tuteva), is a blood-based RNA signature for a risk score for acute rejection, and will be the first test commercialised on the Verici transplant biomarker platform, with a soft commercial launch in the United States expected later in 2022.
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Verici Dx is a developer of a complementary suite of leading-edge tests forming a kidney transplant platform for personalised patient and organ response risk to assist clinicians in medical management for improved patient outcomes. The underlying technology is based upon artificial intelligence assisted transcriptomic analysis to provide RNA signatures focused upon the immune response and other biological pathway signals critical for transplant prognosis of risk of injury, rejection and graft failure from pre-transplant to late stage. The Company also has a mission to accelerate the pace of innovation by research using the fully characterised data from the underlying technology, including through collaboration with medical device, biopharmaceutical and data science partners.
The foundational research was driven by a deep understanding of cell-mediated immunity and is enabled by access to expertly curated collaborative studies in highly informative cohorts in kidney transplant.