NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The Salk Institute and cancer research firm Indivumed said today that they have entered a multi-year strategic alliance focused on the collection and analysis of samples and clinical data for translational research applications.

Under the agreement, Indivumed will provide dedicated resources to assist Salk Cancer Center researchers in planning for and acquiring annotated cancer biospecimens to support specific basic and translational research projects.

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