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The PROOF Centre of Excellence Partners with OriGene Technologies on Heart & Kidney Transplant Biomarker Program
Date:7/19/2012

transplantation patients.

"We are excited to be working with OriGene to utilize its collection of gene-centric tools and assay development expertise to positively impact the lives of patients experiencing heart and kidney transplantation. Through the success of our close collaboration, our ultimate goal is to meet an unmet clinical need in these patients through the development of accurate, high quality blood tests to reduce the risks, pain, and fear associated with current practices for detecting organ rejection," commented Dr. Bruce McManus, Director of the PROOF Centre.

Through the combined efforts of leading research institutes and commercial organizations, such as the PROOF Centre and OriGene, biomarker discovery and development are being effectively applied and moved to the clinical environment to address real world challenges faced by the global healthcare market. By creating novel classes of blood tests to monitor transplant patients, The PROOF Centre and OriGene are collaborating to usher in a new era of personalized medicine and integrating "omics" technologies to deliver a significant impact upon patient care.

"By applying our novel technologies and unique expertise in assay development to the challenges in the transplantation market, OriGene is has truly embarked on its mission to provide comprehensive technology solutions for biomarker development. We are pleased to have been selected as the premiere development partner for this critical project and playing a significant role in improving the quality of life for all patients in the global transplantation market" commented Dr. Wei-Wu He, Ph.D. CEO & Chairman, OriGene Technologies.

OriGene Technologies uses a high-throughput, genome wide approach to develop products for pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and academic research. The Company's flagship product is its cDNA clone collection, a searchable gene bank of over 30,000 human full-length TrueClone cDNA cl
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