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Target Inks Prostate Assay Deal With Eastern Virginia Medical School

NEW YORK, March 21 (GenomeWeb News) - Target Discovery and the Virginia Prostate Center at Eastern Virginia Medical School are partnering to develop clinical assays to distinguish aggressive and non-aggressive prostate cancer, the company said today.


Terms of the agreement call for the Eastern Virginia Medical School to provide patient samples and mass spec analysis. Target will provide its mass defect technology and will integrate the biomarkers in its isonostics clinical platform.


Financial details were not provided.

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