Morphosys, GeneFrontier Expand HuCAL Deal to Include Antibody Development | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Morphosys today said it has expanded a 2-year-old marketing agreement with GeneFrontier to include HuCAL-based research, and the sales of any resulting antibody products.
 
The original agreement, signed in 2004, gave Tokyo-based GeneFrontier rights to market the Human Combinatorial Antibody Library technology in Japan for research and therapeutic applications.
 

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