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Mirus announces new method for making antibodies

Madison, Wis. Mirus Bio Corporation says its scientists have developed a way to make antibodies faster and more cheaply.

Antibodies, naturally part of the immune system, are manufactured both for the treatment of diseases and for diagnostics or research. Mirus' new technique, described in the February issue of BioTechniques, involves intraven......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 03/16/06


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