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  • noun A synthetic molecule based on a peptide, under investigation for the treatment of glioblastoma by inhibiting angiogenesis.

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  • In addition, Merck is developing cilengitide, which is the first in a new class of investigational anti-cancer therapies called integrin inhibitors to reach Phase III of development; it is currently being investigated for the treatment of glioblastoma, SCCHN and NSCLC.

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  • In addition, Merck is developing cilengitide, which is the first in a new class of investigational anti-cancer therapies called integrin inhibitors to reach Phase III of development; it is currently being investigated for the treatment of glioblastoma, SCCHN and NSCLC.

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  • In addition, Merck is developing cilengitide, which is the first in a new class of investigational anti-cancer therapies called integrin inhibitors to reach Phase III of development; it is currently being investigated for the treatment of glioblastoma,

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  • "Our study revealed a previously unknown mechanism through which drugs such as cilengitide behave."

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  • Merck KGaA (Merck Serono) companion diagnostics MDxHealth and Merck have extended their existing collaboration using MDxHealth's patented companion diagnostic test (MGMT) with cilengitide, Merck's brain cancer drug that is in phase III clinical testing.

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  • The researchers also suggested that what they have found could be a previously unknown characteristic of drugs similar to cilengitide.

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  • Researchers led by Kairbaan Hodivala-Dilke at Queen Mary, University of London, studied the effects of two integrin inhibitors, one of which, cilengitide, is in phase III clinical trials to treat brain cancer.

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  • Clinical trials of cilengitide have delivered mixed results so far, and the team says its study points to a possible reason for this.

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