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Seryx Licenses Pharmacogenetics Technology to Asian Joint Venture

NEW YORK, Feb. 6 (GenomeWeb News) - Bioinformatics company Seryx has licensed its pharmacogenetics technology to an Asian joint venture, the company said yesterday.

 

Under the agreement, Singapore-based Seryx Asia, which is owned by both Seryx and Iprex Asia Pacific, obtains the exclusive right to commercialize Seryx's technology in Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Australia, and New Zealand.

 

Seryx, based in Cherry Hill, NJ, offers genetic and medical history analysis.

 

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