Strand to Develop Computational Tools for Head and Neck Cancer Translational Research | GenomeWeb

By Uduak Grace Thomas

Strand Life Sciences plans to develop some new computational tools for use in translational cancer research focused on head and neck cancer.

The Bangalore, India-based software company announced this week that it will work with the Mazumdar Shaw Comprehensive Cancer Centre of Narayana Hrudalaya to develop informatics tools to study the molecular mechanisms involved in head and neck cancer, which is the most prevalent form of the disease in country.

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