Women’s Health Dx
Intermountain Healthcare Launches New Study to Determine Benefit of Proactive Interventions in Reducing Premature Births
May 29, 2018 - Intermountain Healthcare announced it is launching the first study of its kind that will use Sera's PreTRM® to identify those at risk for premature birth, and, in those with high risk, to evaluate the impact of early interventions designed to prolong their pregnancy and reduce the rate of premature delivery. Read More >
Key Strategies for Implementing Proteomics-Based Tests Across Disease States Highlighted in Current Opinion in Biotechnology
Seattle, WA and Salt Lake City, February 12 - Sera Prognostics, in collaboration with The Institute for Systems Biology and Integrated Diagnostics (Indi), today announced a paper entitled, "The building blocks of successful translation of proteomics to the clinic," by Leroy Hood and colleagues published online in Current Opinion in Biotechnology. Read More >
Sera Prognostics Announces Analytical Validation Study
SALT LAKE CITY, June 26, 2017– Sera Prognostics, Inc., a women’s healthcare company, announced today that its recent analytical study, “Analytical Validation of Protein Biomarkers for Risk of Spontaneous Preterm Birth” has been published in the June issue of Clinical Mass Spectrometry. The study details a rigorous analytical validation of Sera’s liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry (LC/MS) platform for sensitive later-generation Agilent mass spectrometers. This work confirms Sera’s ability, across instrument generations, to perform accurate analytical measurements required to provide individualized determination of a woman’s risk of spontaneous early delivery through Sera’s groundbreaking PreTRM® test. The PreTRM® test is the first and only broadly clinically-validated blood test that provides an early and individualized prediction of preterm birth risk. Read More >
Providing An Individualized Risk Assessment to Predict and Manage premature birth, preeclampsia, and other Pregnancy Complications
Sera Prognostics is focused on improving maternal and infant health by developing simple blood tests to predict the risks of pregnancy complications. Our initial focus is on one of the most serious pregnancy complications—preterm birth—which affects 9.6% of pregnancies in the U.S. alone.
Early and accurate prediction of risk for pregnancy complications may help pregnant women and their doctors take action and make a difference by putting early interventions in place. Learn about the PreTRM® Test for Risk Management.