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IBM scientists work with Rizzoli Orthopedic Institute to use BioMIMS to treat genetic skeletal diseases

IBM scientists work with Rizzoli Orthopedic Institute to use BioMIMS to treat genetic skeletal diseases

First gene expression test for coronary artery disease

First gene expression test for coronary artery disease

Helicos Genetic Analysis System to be installed at the Leiden Genome Technology Center

Helicos Genetic Analysis System to be installed at the Leiden Genome Technology Center

NIH awards $3 million grant to ASU professors for research on rapid DNA sequencing technology

NIH awards $3 million grant to ASU professors for research on rapid DNA sequencing technology

Fate Therapeutics announces the completion of $30 million Series B financing

Fate Therapeutics announces the completion of $30 million Series B financing

Second Consumer Genetics Conference to be hosted at the Hynes Convention Center

Second Consumer Genetics Conference to be hosted at the Hynes Convention Center

Scientists describe how HIV assemble at the membrane of infected cells and are released to attack healthy cells

Scientists describe how HIV assemble at the membrane of infected cells and are released to attack healthy cells

Arrayit Diagnostics develops diagnostic tests for early cancer detection

Arrayit Diagnostics develops diagnostic tests for early cancer detection

Trubion Pharmaceuticals to present data on its TRU-016 product candidate at the ASH meeting

Trubion Pharmaceuticals to present data on its TRU-016 product candidate at the ASH meeting

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office awards new patent for Ryogen

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office awards new patent for Ryogen

GeneNews discloses financial results for third-quarter 2009

GeneNews discloses financial results for third-quarter 2009

Cambridge based hub to use DNA sequencing platforms for advancing its targeted medical resequencing studies

Cambridge based hub to use DNA sequencing platforms for advancing its targeted medical resequencing studies

Scarab Genomics reduces the E. coli K-12 genome, optimizing it for recombinant DNA and protein production

Scarab Genomics reduces the E. coli K-12 genome, optimizing it for recombinant DNA and protein production

UCSD findings may help scientists to design better drugs to kill pathogenic strains

UCSD findings may help scientists to design better drugs to kill pathogenic strains

Autism Consortium holds its fourth annual symposium to update on autism

Autism Consortium holds its fourth annual symposium to update on autism

Sirius Genomics signs its first Contribution Agreement with NRC-IRAP

Sirius Genomics signs its first Contribution Agreement with NRC-IRAP

Complete Genomics publishes sequence analysis data from three complete human genomes

Complete Genomics publishes sequence analysis data from three complete human genomes

Arrayit joins federal government to help control health care costs through early diagnosis of diseases

Arrayit joins federal government to help control health care costs through early diagnosis of diseases

USPTO awards Peregrine Pharmaceuticals patent for anti-viral uses of phosphatidylserine targeting antibodies

USPTO awards Peregrine Pharmaceuticals patent for anti-viral uses of phosphatidylserine targeting antibodies

Akonni Biosystems announces worldwide launch of their TruTip product line

Akonni Biosystems announces worldwide launch of their TruTip product line

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