NEW YORK, Dec. 4 – Affitech of Oslo and Axaron Bioscience of Heidelberg, Germany, said Tuesday that they had agreed to jointly develop and sel antibody drugs for neurological disorders. 

Axaron, formerly known as BASF-Lynx Bioscience, will use its transcription profiling technologies to identify targets that Affitech will then use in the development of antibodies. Both companies will support the effort to bring the antibodies through preclinical and clinical trials.

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