Compugen Backs up its Discovery Engine Claims with Verified CD40 Splice Variant | GenomeWeb

A few weeks ago, Compugen revealed its plans to use the “discovery engine” predictive modeling technology it developed for its internal research as the foundation for its future commercialization strategy [BioInform 02-09-04]. Last week, the company put some meat on the bones of that plan, by disclosing the details of a potential therapeutic protein it predicted computationally and then verified experimentally.

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