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Biosite and Oxford Partner on Colorectal Cancer Biomarker Study

NEW YORK, April 4 (GenomeWeb News) - Biosite and Oxford Genome Sciences today said they will co-evaluate protein-based disease markers for colorectal cancer.

 

Under the terms of the collaboration, Oxford will identify at least 25 proteins from blood and tissue samples from relapsing colorectal cancer patients, and Biosite will have the rights to develop blood-based diagnostic tests using one or more of the biomarkers.

 

Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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