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KineMed has entered into a collaboration with Isis Pharmaceuticals and CHDI Foundation that will use KineMed's biomarker platform in support of Isis' antisense therapeutics program for Huntington's disease.

The collaboration builds on an agreement announced last year between KineMed and CHDI to develop companion biomarkers for tracking therapeutic response in HD. This new agreement will provide Isis with access to markers for use in its HD drug development program.

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