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University to develop new therapeutics for cancer

Dr Roger Barraclough, from the School of Biological Sciences, is working on a new protein which causes some cancer cells to spread around the body. This protein is being developed to assist in improving the management of breast cancer.

He has been awarded 69k from the North West Development Agency (NWDA) to pay for the services of the NBC. Eden Biodesign is the NBC designated operator that will engage in the production of the purified antibody and protein to enable further characterisation of the protein and clinical testing to be performed.

Dr Barraclough said: "The collaboration will advance our efforts of developing new therapeutics for cancer."

Dr Crawford Brown, CEO of Eden Biodesign, commented: "We are very pleased that the University of Liverpool has chosen to work with us to help get these new medicines out of research labs and into the clinic."


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Contact: Joanna Robotham
joanna.robotham@liv.ac.uk
44-151-794-2026
University of Liverpool
27-Jul-2006


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