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Vermillion, Johns Hopkins to Continue Collaboration on Cancer Biomarkers

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Vermillion today said that it has renewed a long-standing collaboration with Johns Hopkins University to develop biomarkers that can be potentially used as molecular diagnostics for cancer.
 
Under the terms of the agreement, Vermillion will have access to exclusive commercial rights to any discoveries from the partnership. Other terms of the alliance were not disclosed.
 
Vermillion will supply its technology platforms and fund research efforts, while Johns Hopkins will supply cancer serum samples along with the expertise of its physicians and scientists.

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