DeCode and Genmab Collaborate on Antibodies Development and Diagnostics | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, June 12 - DeCode Genetics and Genmab said Tuesday they would collaborate in developing antibodies against DeCode's drug targets in cancer, cardiovascular, and inflammatory diseases. 

 

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