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Amsterdam Molecular Therapeutics Enters Research Collaboration with the University of Barcelona
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Amsterdam Molecular Therapeutics Enters Research Collaboration with the University of Barcelona

Amsterdam Molecular Therapeutics Enters Research Collaboration with the University of Barcelona
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Amsterdam Molecular Therapeutics Enters Research Collaboration with the University of Barcelona

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Amsterdam Molecular Therapeutics BV (AMT) has announced that it will undertake collaborative research activities in the area of gene regulation of fatty acid oxidation and obesity with the University of Barcelona, Spain.

The research group will be led by Professor Fausto G. Hegardt, Professor of Biochemistry and head of the Laboratory at the School of Pharmacy of the University of Barcelona.

The research will focus on development of a gene therapy capable of regulating mitochondrial fatty acid metabolism and insulin resistance.

The collaboration will initially aim to demonstrate the safety and efficacy of the product various preclinical models. If successful the product will be taken into clinical development and commercialization.

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