Myriad Proteomics Changes Name to Prolexys Pharmaceuticals | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Sept. 22 (GenomeWeb News) - Myriad Proteomics said today that it has changed its name to Prolexys Pharmaceuticals to more accurately represent its strategic focus "after making the conversion from a technology-focused organization to a drug discovery company."

Prolexys plans to use information about protein interactions to discover and validate new drug targets.

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