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Immigration Testing Is Easy Using DNA

Immigration testing has become simpler, faster and more accurate thanks to DNA testing. It is relatively easy to determine if the person applying for citizenship based on family ties is related by using a legal immigration test. It comes down to a simple question, can you prove that you are related to someone who is currently a citizen of that country? It is not uncommon that a parent would come to the United States and work for many years sending money home to take care of the children and family members. When that person becomes a citizen there are various programs and options to apply for [more...]

Date: 2010-10-05 19:12:21

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Say Anything » House Votes To Expand National DNA Database To ...

House Votes To Expand National DNA Database To Include People Arrested But Not Convicted The vote was 357 – 32, with all 32 no votes coming from Republicans. If approved by the Senate, and signed into law by the President, it would have the federal government paying states (with money it doesn’t have, naturally) to extract from every single arrestee a DNA sample whether the person arrested is ultimately convicted or not. Innocent? Doesn’t matter. In the database you go. Millions of Americans arrested for but not convicted of crimes will likely have their DNA forcibly extracted and added [more...]

Date: 2010-05-21 00:56:46


Legislation Watch: Crimes Amendment (Forensic Procedures) Bill 2010

Elucubrator,  7 October 2010 12:54 PM I'm not sure of the purpose of this Bill: it smacks a little of grandstanding. Today is the last day that Parliament sits before the election is held on 24 November, when the Parliament is prorogued. At Bills before the House will then lapse, and must be re-introduced in the next session. That is — back to square one for the whole process. Perhaps the ALP is just testing the water? Dr Manhattan,  7 October 2010 1:55 PM Don't know, but I suspect you're right about the trial balloon. When introducing the Bill, Rob Hulls left open the door to either [more...]

Date: 2010-10-06 11:29:00


DNA Forensics | Markovics Rally E-Team

A Million DNA Forensics Samples Remain Untested The news about James Baines, the Florida resident who spent 35 years in jail for a crime he has only just now been proven to be unconnected to has really shaken the faith people have in the justice system. But to these people, the reason Baines was released should bring a much-needed boost to their faith: no surprise there, it was sophisticated DNA forensics that won the day. When visiting the larger Toronto Niagara Falls Tour hotels you will notice that many have a handy memento shop, for that final second present idea. All over the nation, 246 [more...]

Date: 2010-10-11 14:25:21


Genetic DNA Testing, The Use And Benefits

Due to recent advances in scientific knowledge and high technology, DNA genetic testing is now developed and commonly used by most people. DNA test is relatively used for paternity analysis of various genetic diseases during pregnancy and for forensic investigations. Paternity tests are used to determine who is the biological father of a child. Sometimes, when parents do not know about the paternity of a child, this can affect their relationships and peace of mind, governed by the father of DNA testing. It is important to know the paternity of the child’s legal aspects, such as birth [more...]

Date: 2010-09-28 07:22:17


Genetic DNA Testing, The Use And Benefits

Due to recent advances in scientific knowledge and high technology, DNA genetic testing is now developed and commonly used by most people. DNA test is relatively used for paternity analysis of various genetic diseases during pregnancy and for forensic investigations. Paternity tests are used to determine who is the biological father of a child. Sometimes, when parents do not know about the paternity of a child, this can affect their relationships and peace of mind, governed by the father of DNA testing. It is important to know the paternity of the child’s legal aspects, such as birth [more...]

Date: 2010-10-08 16:11:33


CDFD Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics | Recruitment ...

Sep 14, 2010 Electronics and Instrumentation, Government Job, Instrumentation, Job After Btech, With experience BE/ BTECH (Electronics / Instrumentation) required in Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics (CDFD), Hyderabad. ADVERTISEMENT No.  4/2010 Post Name:  TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (Instrumentation) Code  No. 04 Educational Qualification: 1st class B.Tech./B.E (Electronics/ Instrumentation)  with some experience. Age limit: 18 – 30 years Revised Pay Band:  Rs. 9300-34800 Plus Grade Pay Rs. 4200 (PB-2) Job Requirements: To assist the Centre in instrumentation activities and/ or [more...]

Date: 2010-09-27 07:00:00


India may soon have DNA database to crack crime [Science] | Times ...

0 Comments | Times of India, The, Sep 16, 2010 | by Menon, Priya M CHENNAI: The FBI has a DNA index system. The UK has a similar database. And if Parliament passes the DNA Profiling Bill, 2007, India will soon join the league, creating a national DNA database that will help police arrest serial offenders and give a boost to forensic investigation. "The bill, drafted and sent to all ministries and departments for their feedback, has been modified. The final version has been sent to the law ministry, which has sent it to the legal department for final drafting," says Dr J Gowrishankar, head [more...]

Date: 2010-09-16 07:00:00


Genetic-testing services offer 'misleading' results | California Watch

Flickr photo by Horia Varlan Genetic-testing services that can be administered at home and sent off to a lab misinformed their customers, promising "DNA-based disease predictions" and more, according a government employee's testimony to a Congressional subcommittee Thursday. The testing services – three of which have California offices – were found giving "test results that are misleading and of little or no practical use" to fictitious profiles that the U.S. government accountability office created, Gregory Kutz of the GAO testified Thursday. The GAO purchased 10 tests from four [more...]

Date: 2010-07-28 07:05:18


The Crime Report » Archive » States Fall Behind In DNA Evidence ...

States continue to fall behind in analyzing DNA evidence in criminal cases as they require more genetic samples to be collected but don’t pay for the analysis, says Mark Nelson of the National Institute of Justice, the U.S. Justice Department’s research arm. Federal aid between 2005 and 2009 helped analyze 1.6 million samples but could not keep up with the demand, Nelson told representatives of criminal justice groups meeting Wednesday in Washington, D.C. About 1.7 million new DNA samples were collected by law enforcement last year, Nelson said, but the maximum capacity for analysis is [more...]

Date: 2010-09-30 15:25:46


(BLOG) - Lifestyle in Computers: Exonerating the innocent: using ...

As with normal fingerprints, governments around the world have built a database of DNA fingerprints since the late 1980s. DNA often is found on the crime scene in the form of bodily fluids, such as blood. Using these samples, DNA can be compared in a laboratory using gel electrophoresis, which uses a magnetic field to separate the strands of DNA. Unfortunately, especially in the early history of DNA fingerprinting, mistakes were often made. It is estimated that one tenth of a percent of DNA comparisons are incorrectly done. This may not seem like a lot, but considering that there are more [more...]

Date: 2010-10-13 18:35:00


Legal Immigration | Immigration Testing Is Easy Using DNA

The testing used for immigration and may consist of both, legal maternity testing and legal paternity testing. This means that full chain of custody documentation, DNA sample collection by the government or embassy agency, photograph, fingerprinting and other documentation is required. Generally, immigration cases can take a long time to complete depending on many factors. Some of these factors include shipping supplies, or the waiting list in the country where your children or relatives currently live. It takes patience and diligence to insure accurate paperwork is completed by the deadlines [more...]

Date: 2010-10-07 02:18:56


ConservativeHome: Monday 25th February 2008

11.30pm ToryDiary: ComRes gives Tories 11% lead 6pm CentreRight updates: Cameron Watt on a new play starring ex-cons Conor Burns in praise of Clare Short Harry Phibbs in defence of Chelsea tractors Jill Kirby has a problem with "divorce by email" Peter Franklin is depressed by BBC presenters 5.30pm ToryDiary: Portillo programme on Thatcher 4.30pm PlayPolitical: Hillary Clinton mocks Obama's rhetoric and is compared to an obsessive student running for school president 12.30pm ToryDiary: 51% agree that Brown is a ditherer 10.15am Local government: Westminster Council works with supermarkets to [more...]

Date: 2008-02-25 07:50:34


Preserving The Dna Of Endangered Species With The Natural History ...

Hi all, I wanted to tell you about some of the interesting new work I’ve been doing with the Natural History Museum in London. This new project is really an extension of the studies I’ve been doing in DNA sequencing. My team at Global Research, along with GE Healthcare and the Museum, are now trying to improve methods of obtaining DNA from fresh and preserved historical samples of endangered species (like the giant squid you see below) in order to learn more about them. In the past the team has worked on methods to enzymatically amplify specimen DNA, long term preservation of samples, and [more...]

Date: 2010-08-30 13:56:36


Why You Should Have A DNA Ethnicity Test

Another important reason to have a DNA ethnicity test is to ascertain your legal rights. As in the case of many Native Americans of mixed ethnic backgrounds, establishing the fact that they really are a member of the tribe might entitle them to some hefty monetary benefits along with additional legal rights that are afforded to Native American tribes because they act as their own government. But many individuals have a DNA ethnicity test merely because they wish to learn more regarding their ancestry. In this day and age having a mixed heritage is something to be proud of instead of [more...]

Date: 2010-03-07 18:04:25


National DNA database and psychiatric patients | Frontier Psychiatrist

The advent of DNA analysis as a powerful tool for crime detection has led to the creation of England and Wales’s National DNA Database (NDNAD). This is one of the world’s largest databases of DNA information, storing profiles of nearly five million individuals (1). We write to raise a concern about the potential impact of this database on people with mental disorders. The NDNAD has long been the subject of scrutiny and criticism with regards to how DNA profiles are collected and retained and from whom. This is because the current regulations on DNA profile collection mean that the NDNAD [more...]

Date: 2010-09-08 08:47:31


Greg Coleman takes post-conviction DNA testing argument to Supreme ...

Less than one hour before Henry Skinner was to be executed in Texas in March, he learned that the Supreme Court had stayed his death sentence and would be reviewing his case, which concerned his requests for DNA testing. Today, the case will be heard before the highest court. "Skinner v. Switzer addresses whether convicted persons who claim that post-conviction DNA tests will show their innocence and invalidate their conviction, but who have been denied post-conviction DNA testing because they fail to satisfy the applicable state statute, can bring a claim in federal district court under [more...]

Date: 2010-10-13 14:40:37


Obama Supports National DNA Database of 'Presumed Innocents ...

Obama Supports National DNA Database of ‘Presumed Innocents’‎ Posted by PUPPETGOV on Mar 29th, 2010 and filed under Big Brother, Headlines, New World Order, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed. President Barack Obama recently expressed support for DNA sampling within the criminal procedure upon arrest by local, state and federal authorities. ~Infoshop News In an interview with “America’s Most Wanted” host John Walsh, President Obama “expressed strong [more...]

Date: 2010-03-29 15:24:05


Should private DNA testing be banned until it is more accurate?

Should governments be able to bar people from undergoing their own – privately funded – DNA tests, which have the potential to foreshadow future a variety of health problems, or is such a move another manifestation of the “nanny state”? In the name of “protecting” us, the government seeks to prevent willing consumers from learning medically useful information about their own bodies that could tell them which diseases they may develop – and help them make important treatment, prevention, and lifestyle decisions. While forewarned is forearmed, if the results of such tests are not [more...]

Date: 2010-07-20 23:28:23


The Real Problem In Cities, Urban Schools? Poverty. - Rick Green ...

It's time to use DNA technogy and track the men down and wage garnish them. We are one step away from mandatory DNA storage of all baby DNA anyway. Might as well do something constructive with the DNA databank government is building. http://tinyurl.com/289scas How much longer before we implant out 'US naturalized citizen GPS dog tag microchip' in all new borns and start storing a range of location and biometric information? Parents will love it. Kids will never go off the [more...]

Date: 2010-09-29 13:05:03


Religion Clause: Probationer With Religious Objections Permitted ...

20, 2007), a California federal district court agreed with Elden Holmes who was on supervised release that he should be able to provide a buccal swab DNA sample rather than a blood sample because of his religious objections to having his blood drawn. The court found that under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, drawing blood would impose a substantial burden on Holmes free exercise of religion, that the government lacks a compelling interest in requiring a blood sample instead of a cheek swab sample, and that forcing Holmes to submit to a blood-based DNA test is not the least restrictive [more...]

Date: 2007-02-22 13:45:00


My live news » Fallible DNA evidence can mean prison or freedom

“Labs are dire to get more samples and they’re trying to be clouded and lower amounts of DNA,” says John Butler, head of the US National Institute of Standards and Technology’s genetics arrange, which aims to improve standards in DNA testing. A standard DNA outline consists of a series of peaks relating to the number of repeating stretches of DNA rest in certain genetic sequences, or alleles (see diagram). The repeats occur at specified locations on the chromosomes, called loci, and there are two alleles at one and the other locus- one inherited from each parent. [more...]

Date: 2010-08-12 00:46:51


23andMe's DNA Mixup Leaves 96 Customers With Wrong Test Results

23andMe's DNA Mixup Leaves 96 Customers With Wrong Test Results by Amar Toor on June 8, 2010 at 12:45 PM As we know all too well here at Switched, everyone makes mistakes. Not everyone, however, makes mistakes quite as far-reaching as was the blunder that private DNA-testing company 23andMe recently made. On Friday, the company announced that "a number of new 23andMe customer samples were incorrectly processed" by the third-party lab that conducts the DNA tests, and confessed that "up to" 96 people received test results that weren't really theirs. As you can imagine, mass confusion ensued. [more...]

Date: 2010-06-08 17:45:00


Dna Diagnostics Centre Uk – Dna Sample Collection For All Family …

DNA Diagnostics Centre (DDC), the leading international DNA testing laboratory provides an array of DNA testing services for solicitors and advisory organisations specialising in family law and immigration. Private clients and law … Read this article: Dna Diagnostics Centre Uk – Dna Sample Collection For All Family … Legal News Blogs Celebrating the New Totnes PV Array with an Energy Fair! » Transition Culture Excel Array Formula Series 14.4: Stock Portfolio Analysis | Microsoft Excel : Tutorial, Tips, Videos and Much More Media Group Italia – Enjoy an Array of Sporting Events in [more...]

Date: 2010-09-21 09:46:13


www.cdfd.org.in Jobs September 2010 Centre for DNA Fingerprinting ...

The Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics (CDFD) is an autonomous organization funded by the Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Ministry of Science www.cdfd.org.in Sarkari Naukri India Government Jobs: Centre for DNA Project Associate, JRF Vacancy @ CDFD, Hyderabad | Ph.D/M.Sc Life IISER Pune/CCMB/CDFD/TIFR Scientist/Technical Officer/RA/JRF CDFD Project Associate/JRF Biotechnology/Biochemistry/genetics Nature Immunology - the fate of Rub et al. CDFD Jobs � Study Career 2010: CDFD Recruitment Centre for DNA Fingerprinting CDFD Hyderabad Recruits Life Sciences Entrepreneur for CDFD [more...]

Date: 2010-09-05 16:50:00


Breed DNA Identification Kit

Breed DNA Identification Kit. The DNA of any dog governs the appearance of the dog as well as being related to the general behavioral characteristics of the breed. In recent years, there has been a great deal of research performed on [more...]

Date: 2010-06-08 04:00:00


Date: 2010-07-05 08:36:01


Will Universal DNA Database Stop Crime?

Many in government and especially law enforcement are calling for a national DNA database. The Medical and Health Insurance Industry wants one and they have the lobbyists on "K-Street" to get anything past Congress. October 11th, 2010 [more...]

Date: 2010-10-11 16:47:36


Will Universal DNA Database Stop Crime?

Many in government and especially law enforcement are calling for a national DNA database. The Medical and Health Insurance Industry wants one and they have the lobbyists on "K-Street" to get anything past Congress. October 10th, 2010 [more...]

Date: 2010-10-10 22:14:57


Will Universal DNA Database Stop Crime?

Many in government and especially law enforcement are calling for a national DNA database. The Medical and Health Insurance Industry wants one and they have the lobbyists on "K-Street" to get anything past Congress. October 12th, 2010 [more...]

Date: 2010-10-12 22:48:16


Think Out Loud Sizing Up Your Genes · Oregon Public Broadcasting

Now, a host of startup companies are selling at-home kits that promise to unlock the secrets of customers' DNA in a matter of weeks.  Intel employees, who get a discounts from two genetic testing companies, use the tests to reveal their genetic predisposition to everything from cancer to cellulite. But many in the medical community are skeptical of the tests' legitimacy, and the U.S. Government Accountability Office recently released a report calling the tests "misleading" and accusing the companies administering them of "questionable practices." Have you elected to use genetic testing? If [more...]

Date: 2010-08-11 16:00:00


Blog Carnival – DNA in turmoil in Australia - Human Rights in Ireland

But what is clear is that the nation’s justice institutions have become newly wary. The government of New South Wales, one of the first to join Australia’s national DNA database, stopped receiving DNA from some jurisdictions because of concerns (fueled partly by the Leskie case) about the databasing of victims’ DNA. Victoria Police responded to its most recent debacle by taking the stunning (and somewhat baffling) step of suspending all DNA testimony for a few months, reportedly to refine statistical protocols. Although such testimony has since resumed, prosecutions based solely on [more...]

Date: 2010-05-04 13:29:47


Another New Supreme Court Term, Another New Justice | Cato @ Liberty

Chicago and Citizens United actually produced fewer dissents than any in recent memory—we do look forward to: Two big free speech challenges, one over a statute prohibiting the sale of violent video games to minors, another the offensive protesting of a fallen soldier’s funeral; An Establishment Clause lawsuit against Arizona’s tax credit for private tuition funds (an alternative to educational voucher programs); Regulatory federalism (or “preemption”) cases involving: safety standards for seatbelts; an Arizona statute regarding the hiring of illegal aliens; and the forbidding of [more...]

Date: 2010-10-04 11:06:21


Democrats and DNA Databases | AxXiom for Liberty

Three recent political maneuvers highlight a troubling trend: Democrats' endorsement of giving government unprecedented powers to expand the size of DNA databases by lowering the bar for collecting and retaining individuals' DNA samples [more...]

Date: 2010-10-13 04:24:39


Genetic-testing services offer 'misleading' results

Genetic-testing services that can be administered at home and sent off to a lab misinformed their customers, promising "DNA-based disease predictions" and more, according a government employee's testimony to a Congressional subcommittee [more...]

Date: 2010-07-28 07:05:18


Date: 2010-08-27 10:54:00


Africa Rising 2010: Three Paths to Dual Citizenship

members of the African Diaspora can now pursue citizenship in countries in which those from their ethnic group now reside. The test, which draws on DNA data from throughout Africa, shows you where the specific branch of your ethnic group resides today. It will not tell you where they were when your ancestors were stolen away, but then the borders established by the colonial powers were and are artificial and do not reflect the normal migration patterns that have held for millennia. We believe this DNA testing can be further certified by African scientists if necessary so that African [more...]

Date: 2010-10-02 01:24:00


From DNA Radiation Damage to Cell Death: Theoretical Approaches

The agreement between model predictions and literature experimental data supports the model assumptions on the mechanisms governing chromosome aberration induction, including the fundamental role of DNA damage clustering at the nm scale [more...]

Date: 2010-09-07 07:00:00


Paternity Testing

DNA test if needed, the DNA test should be valid. It Recommend That the putative father Should be tested in the laboratory is accredited as opposed to using the test property dad. When looking for a search for diagnostic laboratory tests, for aabb accreditation or ISO 17025 certification. Maybe you ask the laboratory for alternative payment, there are few laboratory tests Is that began on after you make a down payment, which is about $ 99. Property Check father generally priced around $ 25 to $ 30 which is one of the individuals who want to know about the use of home screening kits. All the [more...]

Date: 2010-10-09 18:10:36


Student DNA Testing Scaled Back at University of California, Berkeley

California Department of Public Health cites federal, state statutes in ruling that voluntary student DNA test. ... "Wow, talk about "tagging the cattle." The anti-government conspiracy nuts must be having a field day". Ryan Haight Act will Require Tighter Restrictions on Internet Pharmacies. "great! lets make a law for every stupid thing every stupid person does. so we don't have to take res". About · Contact · Sitemap · RSS · Privacy; Twitter Follow us on Twitter [more...]

Date: 2010-08-13 07:00:00


Online Forensic Science Degree Programs | Online and Distance ...

As a rule they specialize in one area of the field, such as firearms testing, examining hair, fiber and other crime evidence, or something else they are interested in. Online courses are available to obtain a forensic science degree through accredited schools. Some laboratory work is required but this is usually arranged with a local entity, such as a police department. Taking courses from the convenience of one's home eliminates the need to sit long hours in a classroom and many enjoy the challenges presented. What jobs can you get as graduate of a forensic science degree? A forensic science [more...]

Date: 2010-10-11 23:05:14


Hispanic Heritage Month: Mexico's Bicenntenial

Hell, the US government gives people money every month if they can genetically (DNA test) prove that they are a high enough percentage Native. There are also reservation sponsored pow wows (I love those) held throughout the US that [more...]

Date: 2010-10-01 19:00:00


The Crime Report » Archive » U.S. Awards Nearly $65 Million To Cut ...

The Justice Department has awarded more than $64.8 million for the federal fiscal year that ended Oct. 1 to 115 state and local governments to help increase crime lab capacity and reduce turnaround time for examining DNA samples at laboratories across the nation. Assistant Attorney General Laurie Robinson said that between 2005 and 2008, demand for DNA testing services increased by more than 260 percent. Since 2004, the Justice Department’s National Institute of Justice has provided $330 million to reduce backlogs of DNA samples. NIJ defins a backlogged case as one not tested 30 days after [more...]

Date: 2010-10-12 12:01:31


Health Tests Often Do More Harm than Good : Shatter Limits

The Nuffield Council on Bioethics called on the government to set up an accreditation scheme for providers of online health records, and for DNA testing and body scanning services to be better regulated to help protect consumers. “The internet is now often the first port of call for people to find out more about their health. People need to know where they can get accurate health information, how to buy medicines online safely and how any personal information about their health posted online might be used,” said Christopher Hood, one of the leading authors of the report. The report also [more...]

Date: 2010-10-13 21:09:10


Tighter rules needed for online health services? | IT PRO

The Nuffield Council on Bioethics called on the government to set up an accreditation scheme for providers of online health records, and for DNA testing and body scanning services to be better regulated to help protect consumers. "The internet is now often the first port of call for people to find out more about their health. People need to know where they can get accurate health information, how to buy medicines online safely and how any personal information about their health posted online might be used," said Christopher Hood, one of the leading authors of the report. The report also [more...]

Date: 2010-10-12 07:36:28


Method behind the madness. « Headlines Today

Everyone wants their child safe, so if the Government suggested more surveillance of paedophiles, extra CCTV and a national DNA database, which person is going to stand up and deny that, after all it is being brought in to protect [more...]

Date: 2010-10-05 12:40:13


Who Owns Your DNA?

... that's the question posed by Consumer's Union (publishers of Consumer Reports)... which then goes on to discuss consumer gene tests and the problems with their results - barely mentioning that question of who owns our DNA. The article is an excellent overview of the problem with over-the-counter DNA testing kits, which we actually looked at several months ago when the FDA made Walgreens pull gene testing kits off their shelves.  The reason they were pulled was because their accuracy can't be tested.  In fact, one analysis showed that using one DNA sample, three different tests for the [more...]

Date: 2010-10-05 06:42:35


Soft-Kill Weapons of Mass DNA Destruction

Also, whether you fly or not, the dark powers that have subjugated our federal government are intent on repeatedly lashing you with deadly radiation all for your own good, mind you. Our government has bought hundreds of mobile Z Backscatter Vans (ZBVs) to hunt you down, so they can shoot you with deadly radiation. These vans, that look innocuous enough, are carriers of radiation-death-machines that take no quarter, while they are driven through out our neighborhoods radiating pets, children, women, and men, alike, while they are in the privacy of their own homes. These ZBVs also drive through [more...]

Date: 2010-10-06 13:14:48


IDT rises to 6th in 'Best Places to Work'

Named in the top 10 small companies for the second consecutive year Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT), the world leader in oligonucleotide synthesis, has been named one of the top 10 ‘Best Places to Work in Industry’, in a poll of research staff conducted by a leading magazine. Published in the May issue of ‘The Scientist’, the poll put IDT 6th in the small company category, exceeding its 2009 placement of 8th. Dr. Joseph A. Walder, IDT’s founder and CEO commented, “We are pleased to be named for a second year as a leading place to work, especially since this also reflects the [more...]

Date: 2010-06-09 11:28:36


Integrated DNA Technologies and Glycon Partner in Australia

Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT) and Glycon Pty Ltd of New South Wales, Australia, are partnering to bring IDT’s market leading products and services to researchers in Australia. IDT is among the world’s most respected manufacturers of custom synthetic oligonucleotides and genes. Glycon will offer Australia’s scientists local sales and technical support of IDT’s products, complementing IDT’s existing global customer care network available by phone, email and web chat. Glycon brings more than a decade’s experience in Australia’s biotechnology sector, with advanced expertise in [more...]

Date: 2010-04-16 07:30:56



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