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The Immune Tolerance Institute and David H. Murdock Research Institute Announce a Partnership Establishing a State of the Art Human Immune Monitoring Laboratory for Biomarker Discovery and Development
Date:5/26/2010

MENLO PARK, Calif. and KANNAPOLIS, N.C., May 26 /PRNewswire/ -- The Immune Tolerance Institute, Inc. (ITI) and the David H. Murdock Research Institute (DHMRI) today announced a collaboration to establish the Center for Critical Path Research in Immunology (CCPRI) at The David H. Murdock Research Institute on the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis, NC. Driven by a mission to accelerate the discovery and development of new breakthrough treatments for the millions of people afflicted with the broad range of immune system-related conditions, the CCPRI will integrate state-of-the-art genomic, cellular, proteomic and bioinformatics technology platforms to discover and develop novel biomarkers that more effectively guide new advances in human health and match patients with therapies that will provide them the greatest benefit. By joining forces to establish the CCPRI, ITI and DHMRI are creating a unique set of capabilities under one roof to accelerate the translation of basic discoveries into medical practice, and to become a major resource for a range of academic and industry partners. "The potential for this collaboration to reverse the effects of dreaded immune diseases now facing mankind is immeasurable," stated David H. Murdock, visionary and founder of the NC Research Campus.

"We are proud to be partners with the DHMRI in this enterprise," said Louis Matis, M.D. President and Chief Executive Officer of ITI. "There is growing consensus that applying more evidence-based understanding of disease to patient care will be critical to developing new therapies that are safer, targeted to the right patients, and thus more effective in disease prevention and treatment."

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