NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Clinical proteomics company Correlogic Systems today said it has renewed a research collaboration and signed a new agreement with Japanese company Mitsui.
 
The new deal extends a relationship begun in 2004 when the companies signed an exploratory agreement to use Correlogic's pattern-recognition approach and technology to detect ovarian cancer in Japanese women. 
 

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