NEW YORK (GenomeWeb news) – Ensemble Discovery said today that it has extended an existing collaboration with Roche that is using Ensemble’s diagnostic assays to analyze proteins in cancer tissues in an effort to develop new treatment tools.
 
Under the extended agreement, the companies aim to develop product prototypes that detect EGFR receptor dimers in cancer samples. Ensemble said that it will develop a test that will correlate particular EGFR family dimer patterns with the efficacy of certain anti-cancer drugs.  
 

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