Back To: Home

CLICK HERE FOR WHAT'S NEW IN:
 




 

ISB, Procter & Gamble form skin disease, systems biology partnership
March 2011
SHARING OPTIONS:

SEATTLE—The Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) and Procter & Gamble have formed a collaborative partnership that will focus on research to characterize the systems biology of various skin conditions, including skin aging. The partnership marries ISB's expertise in regulatory network inference and modeling with P&G's expertise in skin biology and dermatology to characterize and develop models of the global molecular changes that occur in skin under different conditions. The partnership will also include work on the systems biology of respiratory rhinovirus infection. The collaboration is focused on fundamental research to explore basic biologic mechanisms, with the intention of uncovering important molecular processes involved in skin aging and rhinovirus infections. Financial terms of the partnership were not released.


Back



PAGE UTILITIES


CONTACT US
DDNEWS
1000 N West Street, Suite 1200,
Wilmington, Delaware, 19801
Ph: 888-781-0328 |  Fax: 705-528-0270
 
© Copyright 2020 Old River Publications LLC. All righs reserved.  |  Web site managed and designed by OffWhite.