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Anaxomics is and innovative company that from its very beginning is committed to the advancement of science. Anaxomics has participated as a partner in several Research Projects applying its innovative technology.
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1. Indox: Optimized oxidoreductases for medium and large scale industrial biotransformations

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2. TRIGGER: King of hearts, joints and lungs; periodontal pathogens as etiologic factor in RA, CVD and COPD and their impact on treatment strategies

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3. SysMalVac: Identifying correlates of protection to accelerate vaccine trials: systems evaluation of two models of experimentally-induced immunity to malaria

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4. CombiMS: A novel drug discovery method based on systems biology: combination therapy and biomarkers for Multiple Sclerosis

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5. SyStemAge: Early warning signals of ageing in human stem cells and age-related disorders

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6. VISION: Prolonged inhibition of semaphorine3a pathway via a bio-degradable implant towards a better therapy for visual sensory impairments

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7. RAPID: Rheumatoid Arthritis and Periodontal Inflammatory Disease

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8. NBDS: Anaxomics and Nucro-Technics will develop a joint research project in the field of new safety biomarkers.

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9. Gums&Joints: Protein citrullination as a link between periodontal diseases and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and target for development of novel drugs to treat RA

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10. DYNAPUMP NEO: Development of a biotechnology application to facilitate individualized drug therapy in neonatology.

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11. Identification and Validation of Novel Drug Targets in Gram-Negative Bacteria by Global Search: A Trans-System Approach.

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