Murex Pharmaceuticals, Partek, InforSense, CTC Laboratory Systems, Exludus Technologies, Columbia University, IBM, Bioinformatics.Org | GenomeWeb

Murex to Use GNS Modeling Technology for Cancer Drug Discovery

Murex Pharmaceuticals said this week that it will use modeling technology from Gene Network Sciences to develop cancer therapeutics.

Murex said it will use the GNS models to identify genes unique to an individual's malignancy and predict which pathways are most significant in a patient's cancer.

Based on this information, the company said it plans to design shRNA-based vaccines to stop the cancer growth.

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