South Africa's CPGR Positions Itself as Tox Services Provider Following Simugen Deal | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

South Africa's Centre for Proteomic and Genomic Research has recently used Affymetrix arrays in a project with Malaysian pharmacogenomics form Simugen to try to predict human toxicity early in the drug-development process.

The project provided data that Kuala Lumpur-based Simugen used to design its pharmacogenomics software, HT-Stream, which it launched this month.

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