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One in 25 fathers raise other Mens children. Research ...

In an ideal world, everyone should have counselling rebecca webster, a counsellor for private paternity testing company dna bioscience however, even basic counselling is not always provided - some individuals order and receive test results by email or over a web site, he said. "vital information is being delivered to people without very much thought about how it is going to affect them," he said. Counselling rebecca webster, a counsellor for private paternity testing company dna bioscience, who speaks to about 500 men each month about such decisions, said: "we will raise the issue about [more...]

Date: 2008-04-15 07:00:00

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C'mon, Forbes Wasn't Entirely Wrong About Monsanto - Matthew ...

Even the StarLink fiasco a decade ago, when an Aventis CropScience gene only approved for animal use got into Taco Bell taco shells that were sold in stores didn’t result in harm to people. There was some worry about butterfly populations being harmed, but that didn’t pan out. And there are cases where genetic modification of crops had big benefits. For instance, in preserving papaya crops.Much of the Hawaiian papaya crop is genetically modified to protect against a viral blight that almost wiped out crops a decade ago. (It’s not a Monsanto trait, but it is an example of the way this [more...]

Date: 2010-10-13 16:30:12


Paternity Testing - Are You Raising Someone Else's Child? - Hackerwap

Even without a sample from the mother, DNA paternity test results are up to 99.9999% accurate'that's one-in-a-million odds your results are incorrect. Most companies provide a free home kit for you to provide the samples and require you to send the kit back to the laboratory with the accompanying fee. Because many companies are aware of the discomfort of drawing blood from a child in order to get a sample, buccal (mouth) swabs are being accepted as an alternative. By gently massaging the inside of the child's mouth, cheek cells are collected. These cells are then sent to the lab for testing. [more...]

Date: 2005-02-15 08:00:00


Comments: Life Technologies buys Ion Torrent « Omically Speaking

There was some exciting news yesterday from the next-generation sequencing (NGS) field, with the buy-out of Ion Torrent - a start-up that’s developed a novel DNA sequencing machine – by the life-sciences behemoth Life Technologies (for a whopping 350million dollars). The technology for sequencing of DNA – the blueprint of all life – is at an exciting stage. Ten years ago, the complete human genome was sequenced at the cost of several billion dollars and decades of attempt. Today, a full genome can be sequenced for as little as $10,000 and in less than a week. The price and time are [more...]

Date: 2010-08-18 17:13:21


Genewize Lifesciences DNA Customized Nutrition Supplement Alternative

GeneLink Biosciences, Inc. is GeneWize division of research and dna vitamin formulas. Market America actually used GeneLink in earlier version of Gene SNP DNA Analysis. At the present time Market America is using Sciona Cellf Sciences who own patents and have been successful in human genome project. Get more and complete info at: www.marketamerica.com Or chat with me live at: www.machatterbox.com Genewize and GeneLink Life Sciences claims: “The LifeMap Nutrition™ System is the first customized nutritional and optimal health system where nutritional supplement ingredients and products are [more...]

Date: 2010-10-08 09:45:31


Heliscope builds world's fastest DNA sequencer | Singularity Hub

The Short: Technology Review reports that for just $1,350,000 USD you can have have the worlds fastest commercially available DNA sequencer, called the Heliscope. The machine developed by Helicos BioSciences takes just one hour to read 1.3 billion base pairs from a strand of DNA. Here is a picture of the beauty: HeliScope™ Single Molecule Sequencer The Long: The Heliscope is being marketed as a DNA microscope. It is unique in the field of DNA sequencing because it sequences an actual DNA strand whereas most other sequencing technologies use PCR to create millions of copies of an original [more...]

Date: 2008-07-14 16:58:33


Tecan is first choice for quality and reliability

You are here: Home » News » Featured news » Tecan is first choice for quality and reliability Tecan is first choice for quality and reliability Publication date: 2 September 2010 Author: kdm communications limited Tagged with: Auto Q Biosciences, Kudrat Rahman, Regional Molecular Genetics Service (RMGS), Stuart Bayliss, Tecan The Regional Molecular Genetics Service (RMGS) at St Mary’s Hospital, Manchester, is using a Freedom EVO® liquid handling workstation in combination with chemagen’s proven nucleic isolation technology to perform fully automated DNA extraction. Supplied by [more...]

Date: 2010-09-02 16:21:24


Noticias de Salud: Tecan is first choice for quality and reliability

Un blog con noticias de actualidad relacionadas con el mundo de la salud. Novedades, encuestas, estudios, informes, entrevistas. Con un sencillo lenguaje dirigido a todo el mundo. Y algunos consejos turísticos para pasarlo bien The Regional Molecular Genetics Service (RMGS) at St Mary’s Hospital, Manchester, is using a Freedom EVO® liquid handling workstation in combination with chemagen’s proven nucleic isolation technology to perform fully automated DNA extraction. Supplied by chemagen’s UK distributor, Auto Q Biosciences, this integrated system is housed within a Class 1 biological [more...]

Date: 2010-09-02 16:25:00


Spartan Bioscience receives the Canadian Advanced Technology ...

Spartan Bioscience receives the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance 2010 Award for Outstanding Product Achievement in the ICT/Health Sector Aug 09, 2010 Ottawa, ON, May 20, 2010 - Spartan Bioscience is proud to announce that the company is the recipient of the CATA 2010 Award for Outstanding Product Achievement in the ICT/Health Sector. Sponsored by Wellington West Capital, the award is granted annually by the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA) to a Canadian organization for an outstanding engineering development which has resulted in the production of a world-class product or [more...]

Date: 2010-08-09 20:50:36


Integrated DNA Technologies And LI-COR Biosciences Sign Agreement ...

CORALVILLE, Iowa – Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT), a world leader in oligonucleotide production, announces a license agreement with LI-COR Biosciences to manufacture oligos for worldwide sale using the unique LI-COR IRDye 700, [more...]

Date: 2009-01-06 12:00:00


DNA Sequencing Company Pacific Biosciences expands into EU ...

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Date: 2010-08-03 13:46:39


IPO News: Pacific Biosciences of California sets terms for $200 ...

Pacific Biosciences of California, which is developing a system that performs DNA sequencing using single molecule real-time technology, announced terms for its IPO on Tuesday. The Menlo Park, CA-based company plans to raise $200 [more...]

Date: 2010-10-05 13:45:33


2010/5/27: CTV Ottawa. Genetic testing fast and cheap.

“You might say success seems to be in the genes of an Ottawa firm. Spartan Bioscience designed the world's first desktop device to analyze DNA.” View [more...]

Date: 2010-09-16 19:13:48


Progenika Receives CE Mark for First DNA Chip to Detect Mutations ...

The Leading Information Source for Chronic Disease Research and Management Metabolic Type I Diabetes Type II Diabetes Neuropathy Retinopathy Thyroid Disorder Addisons Disease Dialysis Kidney Disorders Obesity Cardiovascular Hypertension Cardiac Arrythmias Coronary Artery Disease Heart failure Angina Central Nervous System Parkinson's Disease Schizophrenia ADHD Anxiety Depression Epilepsy Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Alzheimer Dementia Fibromyalgia Lou Gehrig's Respiratory Asthma Bronchiectasis Cystic Fibrosis Chronic Obstructive Airways [more...]

Date: 2010-09-27 08:54:00


Evolution News & Views: Intelligent Design and the Death of the ...

For instance, in a recent issue of the Journal of Theoretical Biology, John Bodnar describes how "non-coding DNA in eukaryotic genomes encodes a language which programs organismal growth and development." Design encourages scientists to look for function where evolution discourages it. (William Dembski, "Intelligent Science and Design," First Things, Vol. 86:21-27 (October 1998))In 2002, Dr. Richard Sternberg surveyed the literature and found extensive evidence for function of certain types of junk-DNA and argued that "neo-Darwinian 'narratives' have been the primary obstacle to elucidating [more...]

Date: 2007-06-15 23:03:39


My Helical Tryst: Single Molecule DNA Sequencing

There are a number of companies that have recently launched competing technology platforms that are capable of sequencing DNA at the single molecule level. You may ask, why? Well, the answer is simply cost-effectiveness. DNA sequencing technology has been around for several decades, and to date, the Human Genome Project (HGP) is considered the pinnacle application of that technology. The cost of the HGP was approximately $3 billion and took about a decade and half. It was the molecular biology equivalent of putting a man on the moon. But what is the next step? Well, if we can systematically [more...]

Date: 2009-02-11 22:17:00


HHMI News: Timothy Harris to Deliver Public Talk at Janelia Farm

The event is free and open to the public, but tickets are required for admission. Directions for obtaining the tickets are available on the HHMI web site at www.hhmi.org/janelia/events.html. Seating is limited to 250 people. The lecture is the seventh in a series called “Dialogues of Discovery at Janelia Farm.” Past speakers in the series have included Thomas R. Cech, former president of HHMI and an HHMI investigator at the University of Colorado, Boulder; Roian Egnor, a fellow at the Janelia Farm Research Campus; Ronald M. Evans, an HHMI investigator at the Salk Institute for Biological [more...]

Date: 2010-10-04 17:01:00


Cellular Clock Movement Supports Seismic Modifications In ...

Human cells have only got so many lives, same as cats. When divided over time they are altered, slow down and gradually quit separating – this is referred to in scientific terms as cellular senescence – . Already biologists understand that a cellular timer made up of structures at the end of the chromosome called Telomeres, document any activity regarding the cells’ lives and the number that have been exhausted. Until this point, researchers have yet to learn how the running of the clock determines the mortality of the cells. An investigation [more...]

Date: 2010-10-11 21:49:26


Chemistry World blog » Chemistry World's round-up of money and ...

Under the terms, LabCorp will get testing services, technology, intellectual property rights and nine testing laboratories. The company says it will keep the 1900 employees affected, including senior management, following closure of the deal, which is expected before the end of the year. ‘This transaction demonstrates the strategic value of Genzyme Genetics and the strong franchise we’ve built over a twenty year period,’ said Genzyme chairman and chief executive Henri Termeer. ‘It also shows how our management team is uniquely positioned to unlock the underappreciated value of [more...]

Date: 2010-09-15 13:57:00


Pacific Island Students Enouraged to Pursue Science | Malamalama ...

“Pacific colleges need people who look like Peltin teaching people who look like Peltin. They need mentors from their own culture. That’s what our graduates can do.” By design, students pursue research pertinent to their Pacific island homes. Projects range from investigating coral bleaching and establishing a coral nursery to testing the salt-spray tolerance of invasive kiawe trees and measuring photosynthesis in brown algae. Students have observed the behavior of Hawaiian monk seals, examined the types of microalgae fish eat and compared different populations of tree snails using DNA [more...]

Date: 2010-10-13 02:54:42


Fastest Evolving Technology – DNA Sequencing | Impact Lab

Human DNA sequence Investing in technology-driven fields is risky, especially when everyone touts them as the Next Big Thing. Sure, it’s easy to see quick gains, but you’re just as likely to see those gains vanish as the next-generation technology sneaks in and replaces it — the disruptor becomes the disrupted, so to speak. Perhaps the fastest evolving technology right now isn’t computer tech, but rather is found in DNA sequencing. We’ve gone from sequencing the first genome for about $2.7 billion in the Human Genome Project just a few years ago and rather quickly come down to [more...]

Date: 2009-08-24 22:52:00


Prescription Report: Pharmaceutical Companies

Wilmington, North Carolina 28405 (800) 575-4224Abbott Laboratories1 Abbott Park Road Abbott Park, Illinois 60064-3500 (847) 937-6100Accredo Health, Inc.1640 Century Center Parkway Memphis, Tennessee 38134 (866) 591-9075Acorda Therapeutics, Inc15 Skyline Drive Hawthorne, New York 10532 (914) 347-4300Actavis60 Columbia Road, Building B Morristown, New Jersey 07960 (800) 432-8534Acura Pharmaceuticals, Inc.616 N. North Court, Suite 120 Palatine, Illinois 60067 (847) 705-7709Acusphere, Inc.500 Arsenal Street Watertown, Massachusetts 02472 (617) 648-8800Addrenex Pharmaceuticals, Inc4825 Creekstone [more...]

Date: 2010-10-11 07:00:00


Tech Support Scientist,Bioinformatics (West,Central or Eastern ...

This role will be responsible for troubleshooting PacBio SMRT™ DNA sequencing data employing skills in bioinformatics, data analysis, biological insight and software engineering. • Provide timely technical and application assistance in response to customer inquires. • Resolve bioinformatics issues escalated from Field Applications Specialists or customers. Issues will be received via phone, email, Web and Live Chat. • Contribute to the ongoing development of our product Knowledge Base to capture lessons learned and solutions to cases. • Collaborate with Product Marketing, [more...]

Date: 2010-08-27 16:37:28


UC Berkeley Modifies Freshmen DNA Testing Project

August 13, 2010 "Bring Your Genes to Cal", a genetic testing project by the University of California Berkeley, was meant to be an educational tool for incoming freshmen on personalized medicine, but has turned into education for the university on the politics and policy of medical testing, reported SF Gate. The project is part of an annual exercise in which the university involves new students in a common educational experience. This year's theme was personalized medicine. The Chronicle of Higher Education added that Mark Schlissel, dean of biological sciences, said he hoped the [more...]

Date: 2010-08-13 00:00:01


Profectus BioSciences, Inc. Receives $4.4M in Grants to Develop an ...

The TSV is being developed as a subunit protein and also for delivery utilizing the Company's plasmid DNA and recombinant Vesicular Stomatitis Virus vaccine vectors. Thus far, the TSV approach has generated significant protective responses in several non-human primate models for HIV. This data was presented at the 2010 AIDS Vaccine Conference in Atlanta, GA. John Eldridge, Chief Scientific Officer of Profectus BioSciences, commented, "Awards such as these are central to our ability to pursue an effective prophylactic vaccine against HIV." About Profectus BioSciences, Inc. Profectus [more...]

Date: 2010-10-06 14:44:34


The Purification of Plasmid DNA for Clinical Trials Using Membrane ...

ABSTRACTMembrane chromatography offers a good solution to the challenge of developing an efficient chromatographic procedure for plasmid DNA purification. The large convective pores of anion exchange membranes allow plasmid DNA to access all the anionic binding sites of the membrane at high flow rates. Here we demonstrate that the pIDKE2 plasmid can be purified from a recombinant Escherichia coli lysate using a Sartobind D membrane combined with size exclusion chromatography to render material with 95% purity and an average yield of 50%. This process yields therapeutically suitable plasmid [more...]

Date: 2010-02-01 05:00:00


NEW: Berkeley DNA plan draws ethics concerns

That could represent a conflict of interest for the professors, who are involved in personal private ventures in genetic testing and personalized medicine. Direct-to-consumer genetics products, now being offered by private firms such as 23 And Me, have raised a number of issues.  For $499, you can have your DNA analyzed, which will tell you how likely you are to contract certain diseases.   However, many federal agencies object to the procedure, saying that it is still in its infancy and has not proven reliable.  The FDA does not sanction genetic testing.  The American Medical [more...]

Date: 2010-08-11 21:27:35


Walgreens Postpones Sale of Genetic Testing Kit

Mere days after announcing plans to sell the first over-the-counter genetic testing kit at 6,000 locations, the nation’s largest drugstore chain has reversed course. Walgreens, which operates 7,500 retail outlets across the country, is holding off on stocking the tests because of concerns expressed by the Food and Drug Administration in an open letter to the company that makes the product. On Tuesday, Pathway Genomics, a San Diego-based start-up that already sells genetic tests online, announced that the product, called Insight, would be available at Walgreens locations starting May [more...]

Date: 2010-05-13 17:45:18


Welcome to Sage

Synthetic genomics is the chemical synthesis of DNA sequences. The synthesized sequences can already exist – as in the chemical synthesis of genes naturally found in an organism – or it can involve the synthesis of novel, unnatural DNA sequences. Synthetic biology is both the design and construction of new biological parts, devices, and systems and the redesign of existing natural biological systems for useful purposes. Because the synthetic life sciences may enable the synthesis of biomolecules, whole genomes, and even simple life forms, these sciences have enormous potential, as they [more...]

Date: 2010-09-16 13:18:45


Law and Biosciences Blog | Should Mary Carmichael Get DTC Genetic ...

Mary Carmichael at Newsweek is running an interesting week-long series of posts about deciding whether or not to buy DTC genetic testing for herself.  Carmichael series She asked me to contribute an “about 300 word” post on “How do I know if I can trust the results and should I be worried about what I might find out?” Monday, I sent her both a 389 word version and a 300 word version. Tuesday, she sent me back a 308 word version for posting, which I accepted. Today (Wednesday), the Newsweek site has posted a 230 word version.  Carmichael:  Day 3 It captures much of what I wanted to [more...]

Date: 2010-08-04 17:22:14


Leading Edge DNA Sequencing Method Nets Major NIH

Described in the May 12 online edition of Nano Letters, their novel, highly efficient, optically-based method to detect single DNA molecules in nanopores could significantly reduce the cost of DNA sequencing and the time required to sequence a complete human genome. “We are the first to employ optical detection from individual nanopores, and this allows us to probe multiple pores simultaneously using a single high-speed CCD camera,” said Meller, referring to the charge-coupled devices that science and medical researchers use to obtain high quality images. “As a result, our method can [more...]

Date: 2010-09-13 04:00:00


Do-It-Yourself DNA Paternity Test Kits Hit The Shelves - Family ...

Last week, The Telegraph reported that fathers who have doubts over paternity of their children will soon be able to buy an over-the-counter DNA test to check.  The kit costs £30 and contains swabs to collect saliva samples from the father and the child.  Once collected, the samples are sent to a laboratory in New Mexico for analysis, which costs an additional £119.  UK consumers can already buy the kit over the internet and the product has been available over-the-counter in America since late 2007.  Based on retail sales there and internet sales here, distributor International [more...]

Date: 2009-07-22 08:00:00


PathoGene, LLC | NACET

He is internationally known for his work in human pathogen epidemiology using DNA identification techniques, including his groundbreaking work with Anthrax. Additional board and executive team members bring a full complement of skills and experiences that will contribute to PathoGene’s commercial success. Dr. Thomas Vorpahl is a board certified pathologist with over thirty years experience in laboratory medicine, including several successful entrepreneurial endeavors. David Engelthaler is the Director of Operations at TGen North where he oversees a group of investigators working on [more...]

Date: 2010-10-13 14:28:08


Genomics and Gene Sequencing IPOs Booming?

The Company was founded in 2005, has 159 employees, and has a proprietary DNA sequencing platform with integrated software and bioinformatics providing services for genomic based research (see Raygent profile). Applications for the complete genome sequencing services are cancer research, Mendelian Disease research, Rare Variant Disease research, and clinical trial optimization. The Company has raised $95.4M since inception through six VCs and 5% shareholders: Orbimed Advisors, Essex Woodlands Health Ventures, Prospect Venture Partners III, OVP Venture Partners, Enterprise Partners and [more...]

Date: 2010-10-05 04:13:00


Venture Development Center NobleGen Biosciences joins VDC

With a proof of concept in hand, startup NobleGen Biosciences is setting up at the VDC to develop and commercialize a single-molecule sequencing technology that uses arrays of solid-state nanopores and optical detection. The method comes from the lab of Amit Meller at BU and colleagues at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Meller filed his first patents on the technology while working at Harvard. NobleGen recently licensed a patent portfolio from Harvard and BU that includes additional IP from Meller’s research at BU. The company is led by CEO Frank Feist and Phil Buzby, former [more...]

Date: 2010-10-06 12:41:09


Next Generation Sequencing - Biotechnologies

For the first time in nearly a decade there is a new choice in commercially available DNA-sequencing platforms. As a result there has been a flurry of development activity that promises to lead to other new platforms being generally available. This has energized the sequencing community and, more than ever before, encouraged new entrants into the field. The achievement of the human genome project was entirely performed by fluorescent Sanger di-deoxyribonucleotide sequencing, which was almost exclusively provided by Applied Biosystems. Other vendors also supported fluorescent/Sanger-based [more...]

Date: 2006-10-25 14:53:00


2008/10/29: GenomeWeb. Spartan Bioscience, NorDiag to combine ...

“Canadian molecular diagnostics firm Spartan Bioscience said today that it will collaborate with Norwegian firm NorDiag on the development of an end-to-end DNA sample preparation and analysis system.” View [more...]

Date: 2010-09-16 18:31:27


Upcoming Next-Gen Sequencing Conferences | RNA-Seq Blog

NeXt-GENeration sequencing platforms create sequence reads of DNA fragments for genome variation studies, RNA for transcriptome studies, DNA-protein interactions for epigenetic studies, and chromosomal DNA of  large genome nucleotide variations for copy number studies.  The X-Gen Congress and Expo is uniquely designed to facilitate the cross fertilization of established and emerging genomic technologies, along with exciting applications. In addition, you will learn why data is the driving force that enables genomic discoveries.  Next-Gen Sequencing Congress April 26th – 27th, 2011 [more...]

Date: 2010-09-29 15:13:14


Research Scientist

Research Scientist Sep 14, 2010 Posting date: April 2010 Description: Seeking energetic and meticulous Research Scientist to lead a team in developing DNA purification protocols and real-time PCR assays to support Spartan’s real-time DNA analyzer. Responsibilities will include collaborating with industry and research partners, managing technicians, and writing technical notes and publications. Microbiology, virology and experience in food safety an asset. Qualifications: Ph.D. in Biological Sciences Peer-reviewed publications Extensive experience with molecular biology techniques, [more...]

Date: 2010-09-14 22:04:55


Arthritis Research & Therapy | Full text | Correction: DNA ...

Correction: DNA microarray analysis of rheumatoid arthritis susceptibility genes identified by genome-wide association studies Hidehiko Sugino1, Hooi-Ming Lee1 and Norihiro Nishimoto1,2 1  Graduate School of Frontier Bioscience, Osaka University, 1-3 Yamada-Oka, Suita-City, Osaka 565-0871, Japan2  Laboratory of Immune Regulation, Wakayama Medical University, 105 Saito Bio Innovation Center, 7-7-20 Saito-Asagi, Ibaraki-city Osaka, 567-0085, Japan author email corresponding author emailArthritis Research & Therapy 2010, 12:403doi:10.1186/ar3023 See related letter by Sugino et al., [more...]

Date: 2010-05-24 00:00:00


Research Technician

Research Technician Sep 14, 2010 Posting date: April 2010 Description: Seeking energetic and meticulous Research Technician to develop DNA purification protocols and real-time PCR assays for Spartan’s DNA analyzers. Responsibilities will include designing, performing, and analyzing experiments. Qualifications: B.Sc. in Biological Sciences Experience with molecular biology techniques, preferably including real-time PCR Strong interpersonal and communication skills To apply, please forward your resume to [more...]

Date: 2010-09-14 22:08:03


2009/5/19: GenomeWeb. Spartan, Cooperative DX start HIV assay ...

“Spartan Bioscience said today that it will work with Cooperative Diagnostics to validate the use of an HIV assay on its analyzer as part of an effort to develop an HIV test for developing countries.” View [more...]

Date: 2010-09-16 19:11:41


2010/5/19: Ottawa Citizen. Ottawa doctor hailed as major innovator.

“An Ottawa doctor who's developed a DNA-analysing device he says will be a regular feature in medical offices within five years, is being hailed as one of the province's major innovators.” View [more...]

Date: 2010-09-16 19:12:47


2008/9/16: Ministry of International Trade and Investment. Ottawa ...

“Spartan Bioscience of Ottawa was recognized by the UK-based consulting firm Frost & Sullivan and received the Global Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Product of the Year Award.” View [more...]

Date: 2010-09-16 18:30:13


2008/3/25: Frost & Sullivan. Spartan Bioscience Inc. receives ...

“The 2008 Frost & Sullivan Global Polymerase Chain Reaction Product of the Year Award has been awarded to Spartan Bioscience Inc., a Canadian molecular diagnostics company.” View [more...]

Date: 2010-09-16 18:26:16


2008/4/22: GenomeWeb. Spartan Bio, TrimGen sign development ...

“Under a new strategic partnership, TrimGen will develop technology for Spartan Bioscience and Spartan will distribute TrimGen products in Canada, Ottawa-based Spartan said today.” View [more...]

Date: 2010-09-16 18:28:43


2010/6/10: Technology for Doctors. Doctor wins award for desktop ...

“Dr. Paul Lem was recently honoured with the Premier’s 2010 award for best young innovator in Ontario for the development of the world’s first desktop DNA analyzer.” View [more...]

Date: 2010-09-16 19:14:42


2007/6/12: medGadget. World's first personal DNA analyzer.

“If you've been anxiously awaiting the day that you could analyze your DNA in the comfort of your own home, then you wait is over.” View [more...]

Date: 2010-09-16 18:24:24


2008/4/14: Ottawa Citizen. DNA tests in a hurry — and cheaply.

“A worried mother with a feverish child arrives in the emergency room.” View [more...]

Date: 2010-09-16 18:27:28


2008/11/20: Spartan Bioscience recognized as Canadian Angel ...

The National Angel Capital Organization presents a Canadian Angel Capital Top 10 Award to Dr. Paul Lem, CEO of Spartan [more...]

Date: 2010-09-16 17:48:40



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