Genocea Biosciences Signs CRADA with Naval Medical Research Center for Malaria Vaccine Development | GenomeWeb

Genocea Biosciences and the Naval Medical Research Center have entered into a cooperative research and development agreement for the identification of antigens to be used in the development of vaccines against malaria.

Under the CRADA, Genocea will apply its proprietary technology to identify novel T-cell antigens from a proteomic screen of Plasmodium falciparum, the parasite that causes malaria in humans. Based on that information, NMRC will develop a candidate vaccine.

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