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Affibody Enters Imaging Agent Research Collaboration with GE Healthcare

NEW YORK, June 19 (GenomeWeb News) - Affibody said today that it has begun a research collaboration with GE Healthcare to develop imaging agents for applications in personalized medicine. 

 

Affibody will provide its Affibody molecules for three disease targets defined by GE Healthcare. The Affibody molecules will be developed for targeted in vivo imaging applications, Affibody said.

 

GE Healthcare has the exclusive option to license the molecules for development and commercialization as imaging agents, while Affibody retains rights for use of the molecules outside the scope of in vivo diagnostic and medical imaging.

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