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ZyStor to exhibit cell disorder treatments

Milwaukee, Wis. - Loren Peterson, president and CEO of ZyStor Therapeutics, Inc. is looking forward to showcasing his Milwaukee company for attendees of this year's Midwestern bioscience forum.

As a presenter at the conference, Peterson will represent Wisconsin biotechnology companies with another presenter, Dr. Irene Hrusovsky, CEO of Madison-b......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Fleissner 09/12/06


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