Norak to Screen Against GPCRs for BASF; Extends Agreement with Lundbeck

Norak Bioscience will use its Transfluor technology to discover compounds that act against G protein-coupled receptor targets developed by BASF, the company said last week.

Under the terms of the agreement, Norak, based in Research Triangle Park, NC, will use Transfluor to screen a selected portion of its larger compound library against GPCR targets provided by BASF, which is interested in optimizing and developing compounds for crop protection products, Norak said.

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