NEW YORK, Oct. 24 - Genomics Collaborative will provide DNA banking services and clinical research support for Cypress Bioscience to develop treatments for fibromyalgia, according to an agreement announced on Wednesday.

Terms of the deal call for GCI to help collect, process, and store DNA and cerebrospinal fluid collected from fibromyalgia patients. The functional genomics company may also provide control samples from its own database for a patient registry that is being developed by Cypress.

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