From today's review at seeking alpha:
"Positive Coverage Initiated on TrovaGene
We mentioned TrovaGene Inc (TROV) yesterday as a stock to watch because of its double in price over a relatively short period of time and also the company's pipeline of diagnostic tests that have demonstrated the ability to effectively detect the presence of various cancer types and infectious diseases through simple urine samples. Shares jumped again on Wednesday by over six percent when Aegis Capital initiated coverage of the company with a rating of 'Buy.' The announcement likely attracted some new investor interest as volume jumped to nearly double the daily norm. The encouraging analyst coverage is likely related to the pending commercialization of a few of TrovaGene's diagnostic tests set for 2013, the first of which - a diagnostic able to detect KRAS mutations through urine samples is slated for a January 2013 launch. As another Seeking Alpha author noted on Wednesday, too, TrovaGene's patent portfolio may hold a very significant inherent value in itself, paving the way for more lucrative partnership discussions if the market begins to accept the technology on a broad scale. With commercialization pending over the near term, a growing pipeline of potential and with enough cash on hand to last well into 2013, TROV may have some more room to run. Volume to this point is not on the scale that indicates widespread attention just yet."