Celera Licenses Oncology Targets to Merck; Retains Theranostics Rights | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Celera said today that it has signed an exclusive, two-year licensing deal with Merck, under which the pharmaceutical giant will have access to up to 10 cancer targets discovered by Celera using its proteomics discovery platform.
 
The Alameda, Calif.-based subsidiary of Applera said that Merck would use the targets to develop RNAi-based therapeutics.
 

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