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OpGen recruits CEO to further gene-mapping business

Madison, Wis. The biotechnology firm OpGen hopes its new CEO will draw investment to its work in gene mapping, the company said on Monday. R.H. Joseph Shaw is the former CEO of medical firms Quantech and Cathra International.

I think Joe Shaw comes to OpGen with a good history of raising serious funds, and we hope he continues to do the same here, said Life Science Insights. OpGens technology may help identify the genes that result in the variability of patients response to therapy. This information may lead to better and......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Les Chappell 11/29/04


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