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About Us

Enterix Inc. is a US-based biotechnology company founded in 1997 that manufactures, markets, and distributes a leading-edge product for colorectal cancer screening called InSure® FIT™, a fecal immunochemical test (FIT) that is a useful screening aid for detecting primarily lower gastrointestinal bleeding disorders that may be related to iron deficiency anemia, diverticulitis, ulcerative colitis, polyps, adenomas, colorectal cancers or other gastrointestinal lesions that can bleed.  If present, this hidden (occult) blood in stool is typically passed in the feces to the toilet bowl water. The test’s method of detection (based on antibodies to hemoglobin) and its simple-to-use water-based collection method helped improve patient compliance in one study.

The InSure® FIT™ test is FDA cleared, CLIA waived and has received strong endorsement from both clinicians and the medical products distribution industry in the USA. Clinical Genomics aquired Enterix Inc. in October 2013.


Enterix Inc.
236 Fernwood Avenue
Edison, NJ 08337

Customer Service:

Fax: (732) 429-1898



Commitment to Compliance

Enterix Inc. adheres to a policy of full compliance with the laws and regulations governing its business, not only as a legal obligation, but also because it is the right thing to do.

The Quality Policy Statement is the foundation of Enterix Inc.’s compliance program. The Quality Policy Statement was created to protect and promote the Company’s commitment to compliance.

As a corporate priority, we expect and work to ensure that each of our employees understands and complies with all compliance policies and ethical guidelines.

As a Company, we affirm our ongoing commitment to establishing policies and developing effective internal controls that will promote adherence to our standards of business ethics, our compliance policies and procedures, and the requirements of federal, state and private health care programs, and applicable FDA requirements.