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Proteome Systems Collaborates with High Q Foundation on Huntington s Biomarkers

NEW YORK, April 19 (GenomeWeb News) - Proteome Systems of Sydney, Australia and the New York-based High Q Foundation announced today that they will collaborate on biomarker discovery and molecular characterization for Huntington's Disease.


Proteome Systems will look for changes in protein expression and modifications resulting from the malfunctioning of the Huntingtin protein. The company will then develop tests to monitor disease progression and measure outcomes of clinical trials, using its DiagnostlQ platform.


The company will also characterize the proteins involved in the disease to look for differences between wild-type and mutant Huntingtin proteins.



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