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Abbott Labs campus in Kenosha could send ripples through local biotech

Pleasant Prairie, Wis. Now that pharmaceutical giant Abbott Laboratories Inc. has acquired 500 acres of land just across the Wisconsin state line for what figures to be a major expansion, some technology observers believe the impending development bodes well for creating synergies with the state's existing biotech companies.

While Abbott has set th......

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Alliances possible

While Abbott corporate officials were conspicuously absent from Thursday's announcement, declining to provide any specifics about their plans for the site, others in the state biotech community were buzzing about the potential ramifications of a global pharmaceutical ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By John Rondy 03/02/06


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