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Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News reports on cancer biomarkers

... Other biomarker-related projects covered in the GEN article include those at Sienna Cancer Diagnostics, Geron, Quest Diagnostics Nichols Institute, gentel Biosciences, Celera, University of Washington, Abbott Laboratories, Strategic Diagnostics, Plasma Proteome Institute, and Biosite. ...
GenTel in Biological Technology

Fisher Biosciences contracts with Madison-based GenTel BioSurfaces

Madison, Wis. Pierce Biotechnology , a unit of Fisher Biosciences, has contracted with GenTel BioSurfaces of Madison, Wis., to distribute GenTel's trademarked PATH brand thin-film nitrocellulose slides and has licensed the use of GenTel technology in developing new protein arrays for life-sci...

Madison's GenTel partners with Taiwan firm

Madison, Wis. - GenTel BioSurfaces, Inc. , a privately held life sciences company, has partnered with Taiwan-based Abnova Corp. , the world's largest monoclonal antibody manufacturer, to combine Abnova's protein and antibody content manufacturing capabilities with GenTel's new custom multiplex ...

New angel capital centered on GenTel agreement with big pharma

Madison, Wis . - GenTel BioSciences , a privately-held biotechnology company, has completed what it calls a critical round of financing activity by raising an additional $500,000 to pursue a new partnership with a large pharmaceutical company. Alex Vodenlich, president and CEO of GenTel, said...

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News reports on cancer biomarkers

... Other biomarker-related projects covered in the GEN article include those at Sienna Cancer Diagnostics, Geron, Quest Diagnostics Nichols Institute, gentel Biosciences, Celera, University of Washington, Abbott Laboratories, Strategic Diagnostics, Plasma Proteome Institute, and Biosite. ...

Chipping Away at Drug Development

... GenLink surfaces and surface chemistry products, gentel is hoping to meet its basic challenge: taking lab ... Fortunately, Vodenlich and his fellow officers at gentel have the warm contacts at the Mercks and Pfizers o...Dr. Lloyd M. Smith, developer of the property that gentel originally licensed from the Wisconsin Alumni Res...

GenTel Appoints Burke to its Scientific Advisory Board

... MADISON, Wis. October 17, 2003. gentel BioSurfaces, Inc., a privately held UWMadison biot...opment make him ideally suited to advise and guide gentel in its next stage of growth," said Bryce P. Nelson...00 and is located in the University Research Park. gentel holds exclusive licenses from the Wisconsin Alumni...

GenTel claims $900,000 in federal grants this year for biochip research

...s totaling more than $900,000 have been awarded to gentel BioSurfaces, Inc. this year by the National Instit...ting activities, said Alex Vodenlich, president of gentel Its a way to leverage grant funding to accelerate...es selected for funding by the SBIR program. Other gentel projects funded under this program in 2004 include...

Five seed-stage funding groups filling Midwest Life Science void

...armaceuticals drugs. Tetronics was just acquired by pharmaceutical specialty chemicals giant Sigma-Aldrich. He is also a co-founder of biochip company gentel BioSurfaces as well as several other companies. Kegonsa is an appropriate name for this new seed fund. Aside from being the name of the lake thats...

Madison biochip research offers geneticists a big view through a small window

...with them. Other researchers, like Robert Negm of gentel Biosurfaces , wanted to get into something they fe...aid Negm, who recently joined the research team at gentel to work with protein biochips. gentel Biosurfaces is another Madison-based company that ...

GenTel receives $250,000 state loan

...ployees, awarded a $250,000 loan to Madison-based gentel BioSurfaces, Inc. , helping to finance their bioch...thing and it's laborious and time-consuming," said gentel president Alex Vodenlich. "So this is a way to rea...s well as private funding, according to Vodenlich. gentel currently employs ten people, and Vodenlich expect...

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