NextGen Inks Deal with University of Nebraska to Use Biomarker Discovery Panel for NeuroAIDS Work | GenomeWeb

The NextGen Group said this week its US subsidiary NextGen Sciences has signed a deal with the University of Nebraska for use of its csfdiscovery43 biomarker discovery assay.

Under the agreement, scientists at the Chronic HIV Infection and Aging in NeuroAIDS Center at the University of Nebraska Medical Center will use the assay to investigate biomarkers associated with cognitive abnormalities in patients chronically infected with HIV. The work will use the center's collection of well-characterized, longitudinal CSF samples.

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