NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Horizon Discovery has licensed human genetic modeling technology for use in cancer research from Italy's University of Torino Medical School, the company said today.

The firm will pay the university undisclosed fees for sub-licensing control of the related patent estate.

The patented technology, developed at Torino's Department of Oncological Sciences, is related to the use of panels of engineered isogenic human cell lines that model genetic mutations found in cancer patients.

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