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Ingenium, University of Dusseldorf to Collaborate on Genotype-based Animal Models

 

NEW YORK, March 10 - Ingenium Pharmaceuticals said today that it is working with the Institute for Animal Developmental and Molecular Biology at the University of Dusseldorf on developing mouse models using its proprietary Ingenotyping gene alteration platform.

 

Ingenium said it would develop mouse models with modified genes for limb development and neurogenesis under the collaboration.

 

The company's other research partners include Hoffmann-La Roche, Sequenom, and Lynkeus BioTech, as well as several academic collaborators.

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