NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Gene Logic said today that it has signed a drug-repositioning agreement with Abbott that covers multiple clinical drug candidates that have passed Phase I human clinical trials.
 
Gene Logic said it stands to receive milestone payments for each new drug candidate that Abbott reenters into clinical development, as well as royalties for drug candidates that make it to market.
 

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