UCSF Start-Up Shows Off Its Approach To K-Ras Inhibition
This article was originally published in Start Up
In February, Janssen Biotech announced a collaboration with Araxes, a start-up out of the University of California, San Francisco. Now, with a publication in Nature, further details on the company have been revealed.
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