NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Debiopharm Group said on Thursday it has inked a one-year collaboration deal with Quartz Bio for support of the biopharmaceutical group’s translational projects.

Quartz Bio, a clinical bioinformatics firm spun out by Merck Serono last September, will provide its expertise in computational analyses and biomarker discovery to Debiopharm’s projects, which are anticipated to range from next-generation sequencing and clinical biomarker data analyses.

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