Selected Start-Ups (7/05)
In Vivo briefly summarizes the technologies of these recently founded companies: Aeres, Azaya Therapeutics, Cellular Dynamics International, Esprit Pharma, InterveXion Therapeutics and Knopp Neurosciences.
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