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Empire Genomics and Reprogenetics Join Forces to Improve Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)
Date:10/15/2007

Comparative Genomic Hybridization (aCGH) by developing microarrays that utilize discrete segments of DNA generated from the RPCI BAC clones. These are of considerable diagnostic value to early stage disease detection and treatment, and streamline the process by eliminating the need to grow cells or obtain large sample amounts. The company was founded on the research experience of Dr. Norma Nowak and her more than 100 peer reviewed research publications. More information on Empire Genomics is available at http://www.empiregenomics.com.

ABOUT REPROGENETICS

Reprogenetics was established in 2000 as a private genetics laboratory specializing in Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD). The company currently has two stand-alone laboratories, in Livingston, NJ and South San Francisco, CA, offering state-of-the-art PGD services to reproductive medicine programs in the U.S. and Canada. Abroad Reprogenetics has laboratories in Barcelona, Spain; Kobe, Japan and Lima, Peru.

The members of the founding team are pioneers in the study of PGD, and have contributed to the field since 1990. Reprogenetics was the first to develop PGD tests for aneuploidy and translocations. The company's program director, Santiago Munne, the research director, Dr. Jacques Cohen, and their team of scientists have published more than 150 scientific articles related to PGD.

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