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OGS Inks Second Deal with Pfizer

NEW YORK, Jan. 7-Oxford GlycoSciences said today that it has expanded its proteomics contract with Pfizer.

 

OGS first struck a deal with Pfizer in 1998, a collaboration intended to identify new biomarkers and drug targets in Alzheimer's disease, arteriosclerosis and other diseases.

 

The disease area and financial terms of the new agreement were not disclosed.

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