Typically news out of DDXS doesn't move the dial. So perhaps its a good strategy to hold back and announce multiple things at one time to make it more likely to get picked up by news channels… maybe.
Folks, don't listen to any of the experts on this board. I'm not an expert, but don't listen to me either. We've been wrong way too many times.
We've been meandering around a tight price range for the last few weeks and now we pop 15% in two sessions. That seems unusual to me.
There is a lot of news that could come out any day:
Overseas joint ventures
Biomarker licensing info
Progress on activity test submission
Movement on changing AHA guidelines
Darapladib subgroup analysis
More analyst coverage
I read over the weekend, some more scientific analysis on the metabolism of Darapladib, see full article on:
Disposition and Metabolism of Darapladib, a Lipoprotein-associated Phospholipase A2 Inhibitor, in Humans
Clearly Glaxo is still busy with Darapladib and the data will continue to flow.
Glaxo bought HGS primarily or partly for their holding in Darapladib. I doubt that GSK will be in the mood to make more acquisitions in the same area, after the recent trial failure. It could happen after a successful SOLID trial or other positive news on Darapladib, but for now I doubt this is a priority for GSK.
DDXS seem to have about a dozen domains, mostly in Europe. There was one for Italy that was also only registered in the last couple of months. So we have some kind of expanded global roll out commencing. Partnerships are the way to go for such a small company as DDXS
There seems to be a newly launched website showing diaDexus having partnership in the Indian market. Is this new?
Check out PLACTEST(.)CO(.)IN, Doamin registered on:02-Dec-2013. I guess they will announce this soon.
On the homepage of the indian website, there are links to a couple of presentations by Indian cardiologists. The links don't work of course, but you can still find these interesting videos on Youtube. Unfortunately when i watched them, they had 0 views, meaning no blast out occurred to drive traffic to these videos. Zero engagement is always telling of ineffective marketing efforts.