Biodesix IDs Proteomic Signature for Predicting Response to GlobeImmune Pancreatic Cancer Therapy | GenomeWeb

Biodesix this week presented data indicating that a proteomic signature identified using the company's ProTS mass spec-based system can identify pancreatic cancer patients likely to respond to treatment with GlobeImmune's GI-4000 therapy.

Presented at the European Society of Medical Oncology's 14th World Congress on Gastrointestinal Cancer, the findings emerged from a collaboration between the two companies focused on developing a companion diagnostic to support GI-4000's clinical development and, ultimately, its clinical implementation.

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