October 2007
Worldwide Biotech;Oct2007, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the research collaboration agreement signed by Med Discovery and DRAXIMAGE to explore the combination of targeted protein therapeutics with radiopharmaceutical expertise. Med Discovery's proteins are potential therapeutic agents for prostate cancer. The research is for the radiolabeling of certain Med's proteins by DRAXIMAGE to assess the enhancement of their therapeutic action and their capability to detect microtumors. The proteins will be produced at Med Discovery in Switzerland and radiolabeled by DRAXIMAGE in Canada.


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