NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Oxford Genome Sciences said last weekthat it is collaborating with Amgen to discover, develop, and commercialize therapeutic antibodies for cancer.
 
The companies will use Amgen’s XenoMouse technology to generate fully human anibodies, which will be raised against druggable targets that Oxford Genome Sciences has identified through its Oxford Genome Anatomy Project database of cancer proteins.
 

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