NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Cenix Bioscience said today that it has expanded an oncology drug research agreement with AstraZeneca to include RNAi-based studies for respiratory and inflammation-related conditions.

Under the new agreement, which expands upon a deal announced in March, Cenix will complete at least three projects using its RNAi gene silencing technology as well as image analysis using Definiens’ Cellenger platform.

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