Asuragen to Develop Trial Dx, Potential Theranostic, for Merck Cancer Program | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Asuragen Pharmacogenomic Services, a division of Asuragen, will develop a biomarker and pharmacogenomic test for a Merck cancer program, Asuragen said today.
Terms of the deal call for Asuragen to apply information from an expression signature identified by Merck's oncology research program to develop a diagnostic assay for use in Merck's cancer clinical trials, and to “potentially form the basis for commercial companion diagnostic tests for oncology therapies.”

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