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Pfizer Extends Compugen Relationship, Licenses Two Protein Analysis Programs

NEW YORK, July 23-Pfizer's global R&D division has extended a deal with Compugen and licensed the Israeli bioinformatics company's biological modeling program, called Leads, as well as two protein analysis software products, Z4000 and Z3.

 

Pfizer acquired its relationship with Compugen through its purchase of Warner-Lambert in 2000. Warner-Lambert's Parke-Davis division had begun a collaboration with Compugen in 1998.

 

A Compugen press release made no mention of money.

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