SCI Inks R&D Deal With High Q, Will Make Cell Lines for HD Screening | GenomeWeb
Stem Cell Innovations and the non-profit High Q Foundation this week said they plan to use SCI’s human pluripotent stem cells to develop Huntington's disease-specific cell systems for drug discovery.
 
Under the terms of the two-year alliance, Houston-based SCI will receive up to $1.1 million from the foundation for reaching certain undisclosed milestones. The company also said it has the right to further use, develop, and commercialize the cell systems resulting from the partnership.
 

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