Proteome Sciences Inks Stroke Biomarker Licensing Deal with Randox | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Proteome Sciences said today that it has signed a non-exclusive license with Randox Laboratories for use of its stroke protein biomarker portfolio.

Randox will use the markers in products for early diagnosis of stroke and subsequent patient monitoring. The agreement provides Proteome Sciences with "seven-digit (US dollar) license and development milestones" as well as double-digit royalties on sales, the London, UK-based company said in a statement.

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