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Personalized Medicine – News and Features

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Schering-Plough and OMS Announce Agreement for use of OMS Pharmacogenomic Technology

Technology to be used to study MGMT Methylation Status in Glioblastoma Multiforme Brain Cancer Patients.
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Integragen Completes €8 Million Financing to Progress Genetic Tests

The investment will be used to further develop the Company's genetic tests.
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Accelrys Launches NanoBiology Initiative

Initiative will bring together industry, government and academic experts to drive nanobiology innovation.
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IBM Joins Forces with top Cancer Centers

IBM Collaborates with MSKCC, the Molecular Profiling Institute and Sainte-Justine Research Center.
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DxS Launches Bespoke Consultancy and Training Service

Pharmaceutical and clinical research customers can receive training on pharmacogenomics and personalized medicine.
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Affibody and NIH to Develop Molecular In Vivo Imaging Agents

Affibody will design and develop engineered Affibody® molecules specific for a receptor protein, HER2.
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DNAPrint Genomics Acquires Kenna Technologies

Key processes will enable development of personalized medicine or 'theranostics' using test/drug combinations.
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Invader Pharmacogenetic Assay Helps Determine Proper Dosage of Camptosar®

Third Wave and Genzyme Genetics announce preferred marketing relationship for colorectal cancer personalized medicine test
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Predictive Medicine, Pharmacogenomic Testing, and Prenatal Genetic Screening Support Growth of the Genetic Diagnostics Market

New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, reveals that the predictive medicine, pharmacogenomic, and prenatal and newborn screening will experience significant growth over the next decades.
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Kyushu University and Perlegen Identify Haplotypes in the Japanese Population

The collaborators have identified common haplotypes that can be used to conduct genetic research on human disease.
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