Myriad Identifies Hepatitis C Target Using In-house Proteomics Technology | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Sept. 6 – Myriad Genetics said Thursday that it found what it believes to be a drug target for hepatitis C and had already begun conducting high-throughput testing of the target.

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