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Regeneron Inks Research Pact with UT-Southwestern Medical for Human mAbs

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals said this week that it will provide researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center with access to Regeneron’s VelocImmune technology to discover fully human monoclonal antibodies.

Under the agreement, scientists at UT Southwestern will use VelocImmune mice to generate antibodies against their research targets and will conduct research to discover potential human therapeutics based on the antibodies.

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