DxS Teams with AstraZeneca on Iressa Companion Dx | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – DxS today said that it has entered into a partnership with AstraZeneca to potentially market a companion diagnostic for the drug firm's gefitinib (Iressa) treatment for non small cell lung cancer.

DxS said that its TheraScreen EGFR29 Mutation Kit will be used to test the mutation status of patients' EGFR oncogene to identify their eligibility for treatment with Iressa. Manchester, UK-based DxS has already CE-marked the TheraScreen EGFR29 Mutation Kit.

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