Merck to Use Roche AmpliChip p53 Test in Clinical Trials | GenomeWeb

Roche Molecular Systems said today that it will provide Merck subsidiary Merck Sharp & Dohme with access to its microarray-based AmpliChip p53 test, currently under development at Roche.

Under the research collaboration, Merck will apply the AmpliChip p53 test in selected clinical trials to identify patients most likely to respond to specific therapeutic regimens in development at the company, Eric Rubin, vice president of oncology at Merck Research Laboratories, said in a statement.

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