NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Egyptian Organization for Biotechnology and Vaccines is seeking partners to work with it on a variety of research program areas focused largely on genotyping and pharmacogenetics in cancer and in autoimmune diseases, the European Commission said this week.

The Cairo-based lab seeks partners for collaborative projects of small, medium, and large scales that could involve a range of research areas.

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