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Transgenomic Licenses IP From IntegraGen to Develop Genetic Test for Autism
Date:2/24/2010

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IntegraGen (www.integragen.com) is a Biotechnology Company dedicated to gene discovery which allows for the development of molecular diagnostics products and services that provide clinicians with new tools to personalize diagnosis, treatment, and therapy. IntegraGen is focused on the prevention and proactive management of complex debilitating diseases, and dedicated to addressing the needs of patients, clinicians, and advocacy groups. IntegraGen's Genetic Services Business also provides state of the art Genotyping Services to the research community. With discovery and intellectual property focused on Autism, Oncology and Metabolism, IntegraGen's Core Strategy is to deliver a portfolio of high-value molecular diagnostic products and services that drive personalized healthcare solutions for complex diseases.

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