Galapagos, BioFocus DPI, Eli Lilly, IonGate BioSciences, Sigma-Aldrich, Nanoco, Genetix Group | GenomeWeb
BioFocus DPI, Lilly Expand Hormone Receptor Discovery Agreement 
 
Galapagos announced this week that its service division BioFocus DPI has extended its drug discovery agreement with Eli Lilly until the end of 2008.
 
Under the terms of the agreement, BioFocus DPI will screen certain compounds as provided by Lilly against certain selected assays in quarterly screening campaigns to identify active compounds and provide selectivity information for Lilly’s nuclear hormone receptor research program.

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