ANALYSIS: Bayer Deal Fuels Curagen s Efforts to Strike Genomics Gold | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Jan 16 – Curagen’s $124 million toxicogenomic and pharmacogenomic deal with Bayer and its $1.34 billion agreement to collaborate on drug targets for obesity and diabetes provide Curagen with the R&D budget necessary to enhance its portfolio of genomics tools and mine the genome for blockbuster drugs, analysts and company executives said Tuesday.

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