Merck Serono, Compugen Form Joint Venture to Develop Genomic Tests for Drug-Induced Toxicity | GenomeWeb

Originally published July 2.

Neviah Genomics, a newly established startup, has received initial funding from Merck Serono and will collaborate with therapeutics discovery firm Compugen to develop toxicogenomic tests that can help pharmaceutical firms prioritize therapeutic candidates in their pipelines.

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