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Axaron Inks Deal for Axaminer Technology with Max Planck Institute

NEW YORK, Jan. 26 (GenomeWeb News) - Axaron Bioscience said today that it has signed a service contract to provide its Axaminer gene expression profiling technology to the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research.

 

Under the arrangement, said Axaron, the technology will be used by Max Planck Institute researchers in a project analyzing the molecular processes of glutamate-mediated signal transduction.

 

"We are hoping these investigations will lead to a better understanding of neurological diseases such as stroke," Peter Seeburg, director of the department of molecular neurobiology at the Max Planck Institute, said in a statement.

 

Specific terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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