Dako, Quintiles Partner on Personalized Rx; First Project to Focus on AstraZeneca Cancer Rx | GenomeWeb

Dako and Quintiles announced this week that they would work together to develop personalized medicine products, with the first of their projects focused on supporting AstraZeneca's development of an oncology drug.

As part of the non-exclusive alliance, "Dako and Quintiles will offer integrated drug-diagnostic development services and companion diagnostic products," the companies said in a statement. "The first such collaboration will support AstraZeneca in the development of one of its leading oncology compounds."

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