Proteomics firm Cellzome said this week it has entered into a joint project with Pfizer to use its Episphere chemoproteomics platform to investigate epigenetic factors involved in stem cell regulation.

The company will work with Pfizer's Pain & Sensory Disorders and Regenerative Medicine unit on the project. Cellzome is also currently involved in an epigenetics collaboration with GlaxoSmithKline using the Episphere platform screen for epigenetic drug targets related to undisclosed immuno-inflammatory diseases.

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