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964 Postings, 2641 Tage nosce@achilles

28.02.20 14:26

61 Postings, 339 Tage achilles__Danke!

28.02.20 14:29

964 Postings, 2641 Tage noscenicht dafür....

28.02.20 14:31

25 Postings, 289 Tage spunkyWelche Rolle spielt byot oder wie kommst du drauf?

28.02.20 15:45


25 Postings, 289 Tage spunkyWie kommst du auf byot?

28.02.20 15:45


964 Postings, 2641 Tage nosce@spunky

28.02.20 15:53
handschuhe, schutzmasken etcetc.  

61 Postings, 339 Tage achilles__Wettbewerb

28.02.20 16:02
Wie steht ihr dazu, dass jetzt, nachdem klar ist, dass die Krise noch weitergeht plötzlich sehr viele Unternehmen solche Kits anbieten? Ich frage mich, ob Nova in der Lage sein wird, bei all den anderen Firmen herauszustechen..  

964 Postings, 2641 Tage nosce@achilles

28.02.20 16:11
es steckt wohl mehr dahinter, wenn Cnn und Skynews zum raport bitten........ die amis müssen noch bei nova die führung definieren, dann gehts los mit der FDA zulassung......... möglicherweise:-)  

964 Postings, 2641 Tage noscemöglicherweise übernehmen sie heute schon....

28.02.20 16:16

964 Postings, 2641 Tage nosceausm LSE board

28.02.20 16:37
The deal they have struck in the States will be a licencing fee for the IP plus a per unit royalty i would guess. Not so simple as xx amount of tests multiplied by xx amount of $s  

964 Postings, 2641 Tage nosceVolumen steigt schon mal,in Nasdaq.....

28.02.20 16:41
wenn wir glück haben, platz die aktie  im nachmittagshandel der amis.....  

964 Postings, 2641 Tage nosce1,73 euro schlusskurs in paris......lächerlich

28.02.20 17:36

964 Postings, 2641 Tage nosceNY Times

29.02.20 11:56

964 Postings, 2641 Tage nosce2017...... die haben erfahrung

29.02.20 16:10
Novacyt Products Pass Regulatory Muster in US, China
Feb 23, 2017 | staff reporter
NEW YORK (360Dx) – Novacyt today announced regulatory actions by US and Chinese regulators for two of its products.

In the US, the firm has registered its Novaprep HQ+ Orange vial as a class I device with the US Food and Drug Administration. Providers who can qualify the vial for cytology or molecular use in the US can now purchase the product. Novacyt plans to seek a commercialization partner for the Novaprep vial and media system, the company said.

Novacyt also said that the Novaprep system has been approved by the Chinese Food and Drug Administration for non-gynecological cancer testing in China. The technology was previously approved in 2015 by CFDA for cervical cancer screening. The new approval means Novacyt can market the Novaprep system other cancers through its China subsidiary.

"These regulatory approvals expand the marketing and distribution opportunities for the Novaprep platform in cervical cancer screening, which is the largest, and in certain markets, one of the fastest growing cancer screening markets," Novacyt Group CEO Graham Mullis said in a statement. "The additional non-gynecological approval in China for Novaprep brings the technology to multiple new cancer markets and reinforces our direct sales investment in China, which is already giving substantial growth of 100 percent in 2016 and is expected to deliver more in 2017."  

4 Postings, 261 Tage neotom 2205FDA beschleunigt Freigabeverfahren für Corona-Test

02.03.20 09:19
Today, as part of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s ongoing and aggressive commitment to address the coronavirus outbreak, the agency issued a new policy for certain laboratories seeking to develop diagnostic tests for coronavirus in order to achieve more rapid testing capacity in the U.S.

“We believe this policy strikes the right balance during this public health emergency,” said FDA Commissioner Stephen M. Hahn, M.D. “We will continue to help to ensure sound science prior to clinical testing and follow-up with the critical independent review from the FDA, while quickly expanding testing capabilities in the U.S. We are not changing our standards for issuing Emergency Use Authorizations. This action today reflects our public health commitment to addressing critical public health needs and rapidly responding and adapting to this dynamic and evolving situation.”

There is currently an outbreak of respiratory disease caused by a novel coronavirus that was first detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China and which has now been detected in 50 locations internationally, including cases in the United States. The virus has been named “SARS-CoV2” and the disease it causes has been named “Coronavirus Disease 2019” (COVID-19). SARS-CoV-2 has demonstrated the capability to rapidly spread, leading to significant impact on health care systems and causing societal disruption. The potential public health threat posed by COVID-19 is high, both globally and to the U.S. To effectively respond to the COVID-19 outbreak, rapid detection of cases and contacts, appropriate clinical management and infection control, and implementation of community mitigation efforts are critical. This can best be achieved with wide availability of testing capabilities in health care settings, reference and commercial laboratories, and at the point of care.

The new policy is for certain laboratories that develop and begin to use validated COVID-19 diagnostics before the FDA has completed review of their Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) requests. The FDA can issue an EUA to permit the use, based on scientific data, of certain medical products that may be effective in diagnosing, treating or preventing a disease or condition when there is a determination, by the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS), that there is a public health emergency or a significant potential for a public health emergency that has a significant potential to affect national security or the health and security of U.S. citizens, and a declaration that circumstances exist justifying the medical products’ emergency use.

On Feb. 4, 2020, the Secretary of HHS determined that there is a public health emergency and that circumstances exist justifying the authorization of emergency use of in vitro diagnostics for detection and/or diagnosis of the COVID-19 outbreak. Rapid detection of COVID-19 cases in the U.S. requires wide availability of diagnostic testing to control the emergence of a rapidly spreading, severe illness. The FDA has authorized one EUA for COVID-19 that is in use by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and some public health labs across the country.

The guidance issued today describes a policy enabling laboratories to immediately use tests they developed and validated in order to achieve more rapid testing capacity in the U.S.

“The global emergence of COVID-19 is concerning, and we appreciate the efforts of the FDA to help bring more testing capability to the U.S.,” said Nancy Messonnier, M.D., director of the CDC’s Center for the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD).

The immediately in effect guidance issued today describes the circumstances where the FDA does not intend to object to the use of these tests for clinical testing while the laboratories are pursuing an EUA with the FDA. Importantly, this policy only applies to laboratories that are certified to perform high-complexity testing consistent with requirements under Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments.

“We applaud the FDA’s approach to speed the path toward emergency use authorization for COVID-19 diagnostics. This step may reduce development costs, speed the process for availability at more testing sites, incentivize private development and, ultimately,  help save lives,” said Rick Bright, Ph.D., director of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), part of the HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response. “At BARDA, we are identifying industry partners to develop rapid diagnostics that can be used in commercial and hospital labs or even doctors’ offices so that medical professionals and their patients have the information they need to take action.”

The FDA guidance provides recommendations for test developers, including information regarding test validation, FDA notification and interim confirmatory clinical testing.

Following the completion of their test validation, laboratories should communicate with the FDA, via email, in order to notify the agency that the test has been validated. Laboratories should submit a completed EUA request within 15 business days of notification.

“Under this policy, we expect certain laboratories who develop validated tests for coronavirus would begin using them right away prior to FDA review,” said Jeff Shuren, M.D., J.D., director of the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health. “We believe this action will support laboratories across the country working on this urgent public health situation. We are dedicating all available resources to expediting the review of medical products, including diagnostics, to prevent the spread of this outbreak.”

The FDA, an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, protects the public health by assuring the safety, effectiveness, and security of human and veterinary drugs, vaccines and other biological products for human use, and medical devices. The agency also is responsible for the safety and security of our nation’s food supply, cosmetics, dietary supplements, products that give off electronic radiation, and for regulating tobacco products.


61 Postings, 339 Tage achilles__USA

03.03.20 09:17
Wir sollten die Aktie dort in irgendwelchen Foren promoten ;-)  

5981 Postings, 3159 Tage DA_BUAWarum kommt der Kurs nicht in die Pötte?

03.03.20 10:43


462 Postings, 1582 Tage FPunktKönnte an denen liegen...

03.03.20 11:33

Bin heute komplett raus aus Novacyt - Nachmachen ohne eigene Recherche nicht empfohlen!  

964 Postings, 2641 Tage nosce@fpunkt

03.03.20 18:13

4 Postings, 261 Tage neotom 2205Update Ende der Woche?

04.03.20 09:33
Meine Meinung: Wie letzte Woche wird es Ende der Woche ein Update geben. Dies sollte positiv ausfallen und dann dürfte der Kurs wieder hochgehen.  

964 Postings, 2641 Tage nosce@neotom

04.03.20 10:04
bis dahin laufen uns die anderen corona werte davon........  

4 Postings, 261 Tage neotom 2205@nosce

04.03.20 10:07
Welche denn?  

964 Postings, 2641 Tage noscemoderna, navovax, nanoviricides,ibio, codiagnostic

04.03.20 10:13
inovio,applied health, vaxart,qiagen, virna, byot, lakeland,alpha pro tec, etcetc  

964 Postings, 2641 Tage noscedie 2 sehen wir wohl nicht mehr.......?

04.03.20 14:44

61 Postings, 339 Tage achilles__Das wäre sehr schlecht.

04.03.20 15:01
Wie sieht es denn mit den Zulassungen aus? FDA und so weiter? Kommen da noch News?  

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