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Agilent Technologies collaborates on leukaemia research project

10th July 2009

Agilent Technologies has announced a collaborative project, which will see the organisation take steps to carry out research into leukaemia, it has announced.

The organisation explained that the study will involved examining the relationships between genetic variations and proteins with the aim of discovering more effective methods of analysing the condition.

One of the bodies that will receive support – in both scientific and financial forms – is Ideker Laboratory, explained Allan Kuchinsky, the Agilent Laboratories scientist sponsoring the Ideker Lab for the Agilent Foundation.

He added: "Professor Trey Ideker’s team will explore a promising new approach for recognising the mechanism that triggers leukeamia using multiple scientific disciplines. This could produce a powerful new tool for detection and treatment."

Professor Ideker explained that the help from Agilent Technologies will help it develop a system for analysing proteomics data and find protein network biomarkers of cancer.

In recent weeks, Agilent Technologies announced that AMCAD Engineering has endorsed its Advanced Design System’s electronic design automation program for the creation of high-power device models.ADNFCR-1050-ID-19260650-ADNFCR

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