BioSeek to Study Compounds for UCB | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - BioSeek said today it has entered into an agreement with the Belgian biopharmaceutical company UCB to evaluate drug compounds.
 
Under the agreement, BioSeek will use its BioMAP systems to support target differentiation, lead development, and drug-candidate selection activities for UCB compounds in several target classes. UCB is focused on developing therapeutics for central nervous system disorders, inflammation, and oncology.
 

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