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CHIs 5th Biomarker World Congress: Signature Event with Cutting-Edge Agenda

...amp; Melinda Gates Foundation Phil Hewitt, Ph.D., Head, Molecular Toxicology, Institute of Toxicology, Merck KGaA Darren Hodgson, Ph.D., biomics Advisor, Oncology Therapy Area, AstraZeneca Arthur L. Holden, Ph.D., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, International Serious Adverse Event ...
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Creative Biomics

Biomics is a biological study to process biome data. Biome contains a very large scale omics information such as metagenome and pangenome where genomic sequences are mass produced. Biomics uses bioinformatics approaches to collectively analyze diverse biome data.

Karolinska Biomics Center - Index

... the proteomics division in Karolinska Biomics Centre (KBC), we work on several ... bioinformatics research at Karolinska Biomics Center (KBC) mainly includes ...

Medical Biomics < Home UMCG < University of Groningen

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biomics.com

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STREP Active BIOMICS

STREP Active Biomimetic Systems. ACTIVE BIOMICS. Description. Groups involved. Open positions ... This project is funded by the European Commission in FP6. ...
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(Date:9/19/2014)... will study multifunctional and specialized spinal cord nerve ... Science Foundation grant in the amount of $680,000 ... in the Department of Biology, OU College of ... between the multifunctional and specialized spinal cord nerve ... what connections they make. Berkowitz will collaborate ...
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