Protagen to ID Protein Biomarkers in Support of Biogen's MS Drug Development Work | GenomeWeb

This story originally ran on March 30.

German biotech firm Protagen said this week it will use its UNIarray protein array platform to discover biomarkers in support of Biogen Idec's efforts to develop therapies for multiple sclerosis.

The company will use the platform to retrospectively analyze samples from a clinical trial in hopes of finding predictive and response protein biomarkers for relapsing/remitting multiple sclerosis.

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