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In Vivo summarizes the technologies of these recently founded companies: Aviva Antibody Corp. will produce monoclonal antibodies for the post-genomics research efforts of future corporate partners. Corus Pharma Inc. will focus on the rapid clinical development and regulatory approval of small-molecule drugs for sleep disorders and respiratory diseases. Isogenica Ltd.'s Covalent Display, is an in vitro library technology for rapidly identifying polypeptides with high affinity and specificity for any given target. Liposonix Inc. will use high-intensity ultrasound to remove unwanted subcutaneous fat. Scienion AG will develop "future-oriented" biochips for use in genomics and proteomics research, DNA diagnostics and the drug discovery and development. Xcellsyz Ltd.'s platform for drug discovery and development is based on conditionally immortalized cell lines that retain many of the properties of primary cells.

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