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SARS and Cystic Fibrosis detection has been a priority

MADISON, Wis. - EraGen Biosciences of Madison, WI is a pioneering biotechnology company that designs, develops and commercializes genomic-based products and novel nucleic acid technologies. With start-up funding in 1999 from the pharmaceutical firm Novartis and private investors, the company has grown to 32 employees, including......

Full article >>> Ron Leassig, Ph.D., director of the State Laboratory of Hygiene. "Wisconsin has prided itself on being on the forefront of technology when it comes to CF-related screening. This technology will be a major step forward."

With the NIH funding, EraGen is currently using AEGIS to design an automated screening system for CF to be sold to specialized testing laboratories. The State Laboratory o......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jamie Hofmeister 07/31/03


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