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Promega Corporation: Wisconsin's quiet innovator

f products developed with their tools. Pharmaceutical companies detest this and argue that tool makers shouldn't own their drugs because their tools were used to develop them.

Promega sells licenses so that customers use its tools, including reagents, as part of a kit, but anything discovered with Promega tools belongs to the client. That's one of the reasons Rosenberg came to Promega aft......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 05/02/07


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