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Date:5/20/2010

New PBL InterferonSource website features knowledgebase and scientific forum dedicated to interferon and cytokine-related research tips and information.

Piscataway, NJ (PRWEB) May 20, 2010 -- For all things interferon, researchers now have a new web destination. PBL InterferonSource, the world’s leading interferon expert for life science researchers, has launched a revamped website (www.InterferonSource.com) with an all-new design, including an interferon research knowledgebase, a scientific forum, and e-commerce capability.

The new website is the product of a major initiative of the company: to serve as a highly dependable resource for interferon researchers.

The company, comprised of scientists focused solely on interferon- and cytokine-related research, has the right size and flexibility, and the right experience, knowledge, and tools, to be of tremendous value to researchers in the field. Its unique, individualized approach to clients enables the company to interact with them as scientific peers, not arms-length business customers. The new website aims to facilitate these peer-to-peer customer interactions.

PBL InterferonSource continues each year to invest in research and development, furthering its ability to serve as the knowledge resource and supplier of the best interferon-related products and services to scientists around the world. To see what’s happening in the world of interferons, please contact us at info(at)interferonsource(dot)com, or visit www.interferonsource.com.

PBL InterferonSource, a division of Pestka Biomedical Laboratories, Inc. based in Piscataway, NJ, is the world’s leading interferon expert for life science research
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