NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Celera will help Ipsen develop pharmacogenomic tests that could be used in tandem with Ipsen’s hormone-replacement therapies for short stature, the companies said yesterday.
 
Under the first phase of the multi-year collaboration, Celera will work with the Paris-based specialty pharmaceutical company to locate and characterize genetic markers related to growth failure.
 

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