Denator Receives $73K to Study Role of Phosphorylation in Diseases | GenomeWeb

Swedish sample prep firm Denator said this week it has been awarded 500,000 SEK ($73,000) from the Vinnova Forska & Väx program for a pilot study looking at stabilizing clinical samples for better disease diagnosis.

The project will specifically focus on clinically relevant phosphorylations for immunohistochemistry analysis, the company said in a release. Partners in the project include undisclosed researchers from the Karolinska Institute and a "leading pan-European [player] within clinical diagnostics," Denator said.

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