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CliniGenetics SA

Executive Summary

French start-up CliniGenetics SA has devised an integrated pharmacogenomics and bioinformatics technology platform to identify gene and protein targets associated with vascular diseases. The company hopes to use those targets to devise novel therapies and diagnostics.

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