Georgia State University Out-Licenses Leukemia Drug To China's Cisen Pharma

Georgia State University has out-licensed China rights for a potential leukemia-fighting drug to Cisen Pharma, which is headquartered in Jining, Shandong Province. The drug increases levels of p53, a naturally occurring protein that induces cell death in mutated genes. The drug was discovered by Dr. Binghe Wang of Georgia State, together with Professor Muxiang Zhou of Emory University. As part of the GSU-Cisen collaboration, Cisen will support research in Dr. Wang's lab.

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