NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Immunexpress announced yesterday that it has formed a four-year alliance with the University of Amsterdam's Academic Medical Center (AMC) to characterize and clinically evaluate sepsis-related biomarker signatures of host response.

The partners will specifically evaluate proprietary biomarker signatures, as well as novel RNA, protein, and epigenetic biomarkers, with the goal of advancing Immunexpress' pipeline of host response products for the management of patients with or suspected of having sepsis.

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