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Harbour Antibodies BV Signs Research and Licence Agreement With Lilly
Date:6/24/2011

r and the expanding healthcare markets. Harbour plans to partner broadly across the Pharmaceutical industry, and provide access to the transgenic mouse antibody platforms under MTA to academic partners where target antigens provided the basis of novel strategies for clinical intervention.

Further information on the Harbour technology platforms and management team can be found on the company's website at www.harbourantibodies.com or contact :

Roger Craig at r.craig@harbourantibodies.com     or

Bob Kamen at  r.kamen@harbourantibodies.com

For further information, please contact Sylvia Marmelstein, Press Officer Erasmus MC Tel:  +31 (0)10 703 5285 or E-mail s.marmelstein@erasmusmc.nl

About Erasmus MC and the Department of Cell Biology and Genetics:

The Erasmus Medical Center is situated in the centre of Rotterdam, the Netherlands and comprises the Academic Hospital and the Faculty of Medicine of the Erasmus University. It employs 13.000 people and is the largest medical centre in the country.

The Department of Cell Biology comprises a number of research groups that are primarily focussed on stem cell biology and developmental biology of mammals related to human disease. The regulation of transcription in vivo is a primary research focus. The Department boasts excellent genomics and proteomics facilities and has extensive experience in working with transgenic animals.

Media Contact: Roger Craig Harbour Antibodies, +31 (0)10 703 5285, r.craig@harbourantibodies.com


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