Pfizer Buys Stake in Genizon, Plans to Co-Develop Dxs in Three Disease Areas | GenomeWeb
Genizon BioSciences has granted Pfizer diagnostic rights to its discovery programs in Alzheimer's disease, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and endometriosis, and Pfizer will buy an undisclosed stake in Genizon, the companies said this week.
 
The collaboration will enable Pfizer to use Genizon’s technology to discover diagnostic markers linked to these disorders from ongoing genome-wide association studies using DNA samples from the Quebec Founder Population.
 

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