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BOSTON — A prospective study by researchers at Zygogen have found what they believe to be the first anti-angiogenic compound initially identified in live zebrafish whose activity they were able to translate to human cell-based assays.
Eric Sandberg, a Zygogen scientist, told CBA News this week that up until his firm’s research, all studies looking at the effect of anti-angiogenic compounds in zebrafish were done retrospectively.

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