By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Mirna Therapeutics will test the effect of its proprietary miRNA mimics on a panel of Horizon Discovery's human isogenic cancer cell models, under a collaboration announced today.

Under the deal, Horizon's X-Man human discovery cell lines will be used to test the effects of common mutations in cancer patients on the efficacy of Mirna's miRNA mimics.

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