This article was originally published in Start Up
Executive SummaryCellular Genomics discovers and validates new drug targets, initially those associated with dendritic cells, T cells, and mast cells. It is carrying out classical cell biology studies in parallel with genomic analysis, thereby correlating changing cellular behavior with changes in patterns of gene expression and in protein modification and localization within the cell.
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