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Bayer, NovaDx Enter $3M Gene Research Deal

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VANCOUVER, BC--NovaDx International and its wholly-owned subsidiary Proteomix here entered into an agreement with German chemical and pharmaceutical company Bayer under which NovaDx will identify a series of osteoporosis genes. Bayer will pay up to $3 million to NovaDx based upon the successful completion of research milestones, and NovaDx will give Bayer access to a series of novel osteoclast-specific genes that may be potentially useful as drug targets for metabolic bone disease.

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