NEW YORK, May 22 – Hybrigenics, a Paris-based functional proteomics company, announced Tuesday the opening of a joint research facility with Institut Curie.

The labs will be located on Institut Curie’s Paris campus. 

Researchers will map cellular protein interactions in Drosophila melangaster and human cells in an attempt to validate critical protein pathways involved in cancer, according to Hybrigenics.

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