French biotech firm Hybrigenics said this week that it has renewed a three-year, $2.4 million research services agreement with an unnamed US life sciences company.

Under the agreement, Hybrigenics will continue to offer its two-hybrid screens and build databases of protein interactions identified through these screens.

The new deal follows an initial three-year agreement that began in 2009. Under the new terms, the annual fee due Hybrigenics has increased from $700,000 to $790,000.

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