NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Scottish company CXR Biosciences said today it will work with the University of Dundee and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals in a £3 million ($6.2 million) collaboration to seek protein biomarkers that indicate the toxic effects of certain drugs.
 
CXR Bio said the three-year project is co-funded by the Technology Strategy Board and will be conducted in part by Wyeth scientists and by core lab staff at the Translational Medicine Research Center in Dundee.
 

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