Myriad to Perform BRCA Companion Dx Testing for BioMarin's PARP Inhibitor BMN 673 | GenomeWeb

Originally published April 11.

Last week, just days after Myriad Genetics defended its BRCA patents before the federal circuit court of appeals in Association for Molecular Pathology et al. vs. the United States Patent and Trademark Office et al., the company announced a deal to develop a companion BRCA 1/2 test for BioMarin's PARP inhibitor BMN 673.

The agreement marks Myriad's third agreement to use its BRACAnalysis test as a companion diagnostic for a PARP inhibitor.

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