NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Cellumen will partner with the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation to develop a cellular model that could be used in Alzheimer’s treatments, the company said today.
 
Pittsburgh-based Cellumen plans to use its Cellular Systems Biology technology to develop a panel of assays and biosensors of protein interactions in order to find targets and pathways involved in the disease. This technology could allow researchers to conduct more clinically relevant drug screening, the company believes.
 

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