NEW YORK, Sept 11 – AlphaGene of Woburn, Mass., said Tuesday it has signed an agreement with Wayne State University to study malignant brain tumor cell types using gene expression technology.

Under the terms of the deal, AlphaGene will contribute its expertise in functional genomics, while Wayne State University will provide its research capabilities. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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