deCODE biostructures Expands Collaboration with InterMune
News Jun 12, 2007
deCODE biostructures, Inc. announces the initiation of a third research project with InterMune, Inc. Under the research agreement, deCODE biostructures will conduct screening of its Fragments of Life™ library against an InterMune target.
The research fee and milestone-based research collaboration will utilize deCODE's proprietary Fragments of Life™ technology and crystallographic methods to enable identification of new chemical intellectual property for small molecule inhibitors of InterMune's drug target.
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