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In Vivo summarizes the technology of several recently founded companies: Clinsights Inc. provides web-based post-market clinical and sales support for medical device and pharmaceutical companies and physicians. CombinatoRx Inc. hopes to develop the next generation of pharmaceuticals using new theories of how therapeutics should interact with the complex components of cells. Gyros AB has developed technology for miniaturizing and integrating routine and non-routine laboratory processes on disposable CDs. Innovative Drug Delivery Systems Inc. will develop and commercialize unique nasally administered compounds to treat acute and chronic pain and their associated symptoms. PhytaGenics will use its proprietary rapid, high-volume transgenic production technology to create recombinant biopharmaceutical proteins in plants. StemCo Biomedical Inc.'s stem cell platform is capable of identifying and isolating healthy stem cells from contaminating cells, and can be used in repopulating blood systems or regenerating organs and tissue.

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