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Bionomics Licenses North American, Japanese Market Rights to Gene-Based Epilepsy Test

NEW YORK, Sept. 27 (GenomeWeb News) - Bionomics said yesterday that it has signed a deal giving the North American and Japanese market rights to its gene-based severe myoclonic epilepsy of infancy diagnostic test to Athena Diagnostics.

 

Under the agreement, Athena will pay Bionomics upfront fees, sales milestones, and royalties. Additional terms were not disclosed.

 

According to Bionomics, Athena plans to make the product available later this year to the more than 5,000 neurologists for whom it performs diagnostic tests. The company added that it estimates about 240,000 children in the US may be candidates for testing.

 

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