Dana-Farber's Belfer Institute, Sanofi-Aventis to Employ Sequencing in Cancer Drug Collaboration | GenomeWeb

By Monica Heger

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute's Belfer Institute of Applied Cancer Science and Sanofi-Aventis have entered into a collaboration and license option agreement to identify and validate oncology targets.

The researchers will use sequencing technology at various stages in the collaboration, including target identification and validation, preclinical testing in animal models, and eventually in clinical trials, Lynda Chin, the Belfer Institute's scientific director, told In Sequence.

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