Researchers from the Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences have signed an exclusive option agreement with Q BioMed. Under the agreement granting the exclusive right to license the technology, Q BioMed will evaluate the feasibility and usability of GDF-15, a novel biomarker for monitoring glaucoma, as a companion diagnostic to the MAN-01 small molecule currently being optimized for the topical treatment of glaucoma.
This role of GDF-15 in glaucoma was recently published from our department.
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The publication is available to read on PubMed Central