Proteome Systems and Iberica to Collaborate on Osteoarthritis

Proteome Systems of Sydney and Iberica, a Japanese clinical research consulting firm, said last week that they were going to collaborate to analyze proteoglycan changes associated with the progression and treatment of osteoarthritis.

The project is part of an ongoing collaboration between the Iberica-Kurume Translational Research Center in Kurume, Japan, and the department of orthopaedics at Kurume University to find biomarkers for the diagnosis and treatment of osteoarthritis.

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