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A search for a company looking for a cancer, preclinical stage, synthetic opportunity would use the selection "Biomedicine, Diagnostics" in 'Sector', 'Cancerous, neoplasmatic' in 'Disease Category', 'Drugs, Small Molecule' in 'Technology' and 'Preclinical' in 'Development Stage'.
Selection of 'Enabling Technology, Platform technology' in 'Sector' will identify all kinds of searches for technologies that can be used in more areas of life sciences than pharmaceuticals only.
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Nuvelo is seeking partnerships in oncology and cardiovascular diseases
Nuvelo, Inc. is a publicly traded biopharmaceutical company dedicated to improving the lives of patients through the discovery, development and commercialization of novel drugs for acute cardiovascular and cancer therapy.
In addition, Nuvelo expects to leverage its expertise in secreted proteins and antibody discovery to expand its pipeline and create additional partnering and licensing opportunities.
They recognize the importance of collaborating with other companies to accelerate the development and commercialization of potentially important products. Historically, they have built and advanced their pipeline through a combination of internal development efforts and numerous in-licensing and out-licensing arrangements.
Consistent with their approach to date, they remain interested in learning about and exploring opportunities to work collaboratively with others.
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