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OGS and Cellular Genomics in Joint Proteome Program


OXFORD, UK--Oxford GlycoSciences and Cellular Genomics have formed a research collaboration focused on applying proteome analysis to the discovery of novel proteins and associated genes involved in key processes in immune system modulation. Under the terms of the agreement, Oxford and Cellular will jointly pursue a program that includes exclusive access to Cellular's dendritic cell and T-cell populations, including sub-cellular fractions obtained using Cellular's proprietary technology. Proteome mapping and analysis will be carried out by Oxford, leading to discovery of novel molecular targets.

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