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Upcoming Hemogenomics Centre in Bangalore

William J. Rutter, a well known scientist and accomplished businessman of the U.S. holding more than 20 patents and patent applications,has announced intention to set up a high end rapid //diagnostic centre in Bangalore under the name of "Hemogenomics", which will be a marketing, selling and research company. ....Addressing a press conference on the sidelines of the BioAsia 2004 conference Banga...
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