HemoGenix Will Use HALO Tech to Evaluate ImmuneRegen BioSciences Rx Candidate | GenomeWeb
Contract research-service lab HemoGenix this week said it will use its internally developed and validated in vitro assays to help development-stage biotech shop ImmuneRegen BioSciences test its therapeutic candidate Homspera.
A derivative of substance P, a peptide immunomodulator and homeostatic compound that improves pulmonary function and stimulates the immune system, Homspera is designed to be used as a countermeasure against bioterrorist threats, the manufacturer said.

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