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UroGenesys, Protein Pathways Form Alliance for Cancer Genomics and Proteomics

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ANTA MONICA, Calif.--UroGenesys and Protein Pathways have formed an alliance to apply Protein Pathways’ bioinformatics technologies to UroGenesys’ database of cancer-associated antigens. The companies expect the combination of their genomics and proteomics expertise to uncover functional information that will guide therapeutic development of UroGenesys’ antigens, as well as identify new product candidates for cancer therapy. Financial terms of the collaboration were not disclosed.

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