OXFORD, UK, Sept 12 - Oxford GlycoSciences (LSE: OGS) of Oxfordshire, UK, and Cambridge Antibody Technology (LSE: CAT) of Melbourn, UK, said Tuesday that they are cooperating to develop protein chip technology that will identify proteins by applying antibody-based microarrays.

First OGS’s human protein libraries and CAT’s human antibody libraries will be analyzed so that paired proteins and antibodies can be selected. Then the companies will use OGS’s protein microarray prototype format to develop new microarrays.

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