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IPO-bound NimbleGen traveling in fast company

Madison, Wis. - It has yet to turn a profit, and it operates in a biotech space where the competition is global in scope, but the decision by Madison research tool manufacturer NimbleGen Systems to file an initial public offering and raise up to $75 million is the latest bit of evidence that the Wisconsin biotech company is going places.

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Full article >>> orldwide as the result of licensing and supply agreements with Oxford Gene Technology, a microarray consultancy service headquartered in Oxford, England. Under the terms of the supply agreement, the British firm will obtain NimbleGen's DNA microarrays, which are chips used to analyze genes at the molecular......

Full article >>> s at University of Washington and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Dr. Andrew Sharp, a senior fellow of the University of Washington, said NimbleGen's high-density arrays, which were targeted to specific chromosomal regions, provided in a single experiment what would have taken months to discover using conventional met......

Full article >>> rganizations are branching out to expand their circle of investor connections.

Baird Venture Partners, which already has a presence in China, has decided to partner with the Indian investment and advisory firm Tholons, Inc. to serve portfolio companies as they establish a foothold in the Indian market.

Venture Investors, in a move that could b......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 03/17/07


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