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ConjuGon receives $500,000 to battle bacteria

MADISONConjuGon, Inc. has received a $500,000 federal research grant, the company announced Tuesday.

ConjuGon was awarded a phase II small-business innovation research grant from the National Science Foundation to continue work on an antibacterial treatment. The funding complements the $1......

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Madison-based ConjuGon is developing therapeutics to combat antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections, a growing medical concern. Based on University of Wisconsin-Madison research, the company has developed technologies to eliminate pathogenic bacteria while reducing the bacterias ability to resist treatment.......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Kristin V. Johnson 07/14/04


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