Protagen and NMI Collaborating on Protein Dx for Cancer and Autoimmune Diseases | GenomeWeb

German diagnostics firm Protagen and the Natural and Medical Sciences Institute at the University of Tübingen said this week that they have signed an agreement to jointly develop multiplex assays for the diagnosis of autoimmune diseases and cancer.

The partnership stems from pilot studies conducted by Protagen and NMI over the past two years, the parties said.

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