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March 4th, 2006

Rexahn, university partner for drug development

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The University of Maryland has teamed with Rexahn Pharmaceuticals to improve the company's drugs that treat cancer and central nervous system disorders. Researchers from the university's Center for Nanomedicine and Cellular Delivery in Baltimore will work with Rockville-based Rexahn to find new ways of applying nanotechnology research to make more effective drugs.

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