Curetis to Use MDx Platform for Cempra Pneumonia Drug Trial | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Curetis and Cempra today announced a collaboration for the use of Curetis' Unyvero molecular diagnostic system in Cempra's phase III trial for its oral drug for community-acquired bacterial pneumonia.

Cempra expects to enroll more than 800 patients for the trial, which will compare its solithromyrin oral formulation against a comparator drug in more than 100 clinical sites globally. Samples of sputum will be sent to Curetis for analysis with its Unyvero Solution and Unyvero P50 Pneumonia Application Cartridge.

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