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Oxford Gene Technology Grants Microarray License to Aushon Biosystems
News   Jun 13, 2007

The granted license will enable Aushon to manufacture and sell oligonucleotide microarrays, worldwide, and to perform services based on oligonucleotide arrays.

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Geron’s Telomerase Inhibitor Cancer Drug Demonstrates Good Pharmacokinetics and Tolerability in Phase I/II Trial
News   Jun 13, 2007

Data presented at Pan Pacific Lymphoma Conference support continued dose escalation in ongoing chronic lymphocytic leukemia trial.

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Xceleron and Sanofi-Aventis Sign Deal to Address Challenges in Exploratory Clinical Development
News   Jun 12, 2007

Xceleron’s agreement with Sanofi-Aventis to assess the human metabolism of compounds utilizes Xceleron’s Accelerator Mass Spectrometry technology platform.

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NCI Researchers Discover Genes that are Turned on at High Levels in Tumor-Associated Blood Vessels of Mice and Humans
News   Jun 12, 2007

The genes discovered are important potential targets for drugs that could selectively cut off a tumor's blood supply without affecting the blood vessels.

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deCODE biostructures Expands Collaboration with InterMune
News   Jun 12, 2007

Under the research agreement, deCODE biostructures will conduct screening of its Fragments of Life™ library against an InterMune target.

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Salk Institute Receives a $2.3 Million Stem Cell Research Facility Grant
News   Jun 12, 2007

The grant will support the development of shared laboratory space to be used by multiple investigators for scientific research on human embryonic stem cells CIRM’s medical and ethical standards.

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Surrey and Irvine to Investigate the use of Nanomaterials in Stem Cell Therapies
News   Jun 12, 2007

University of Surrey researchers have received £100k grant to support work with the University of California, Irvine, researching the use of nanomaterials in stem cell growth.

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Cancer Stem Cells can go it Alone
News   Jun 12, 2007

Researchers led by Salk Institute demonstrates that injection of a single cell taken from cultured LA7 cells into mouse breast tissue can seed a new mammary carcinoma.

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University of Naples Inaugurates High-Throughput Screening Lab Based on Symyx Workflow
News   Jun 12, 2007

Symyx has announced that Federico II University in Naples, Italy, is opening a new academic research facility based on the Symyx Parallel Pressure Reactor workflow.

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Thermo Fisher Scientific Announces Partnership with Megaware
News   Jun 12, 2007

Under the agreement, both companis will deliver a new bioanalysis/equivalence solution and joint support services for pharmaceutical, biotech and CROs.

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