NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Horizon Discovery said today that it has signed two agreements with cancer startup Agios Pharmaceuticals related to its X-Man cell-line technology.
 
The Cambridge, UK-based firm said that it has licensed certain X-Man cell lines, including major cancer-causing genes and their matched normal genetic backgrounds. In addition, it said that it would screen a number of Agios lead compounds on a wide panel of genotypes.
 

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