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Original Source: GenWay Biotech, Inc

As a leading protein and antibody solutions provider, GenWay has a proprietary technology platform and an international network to provide our clients with solutions and applications for antibodies, recombinant proteins, full-length cDNAs, cell lines and tissue samples. We specialize in recombinant proteins and domain-specific IgY (chicken) antibodies and their applications. GenWay’s technology and expertise make high quality protein antigens that enable production of high quality antibodies. To date, ...

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India

India, in the Asian subcontinent is the world’s fourth largest producer of pharmaceuticals, and is thought as one of the most promising biotech markets in the world. Several important steps ...

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Czech Republic

Able to take advantage of a €2 European funding stimulus in 2009, the Czech Republic is one of Europe's top 5 centers for biotechnology companies. In just over decade, the Czech Republic ha...

California

In addition to the Silicon Valley, California on the west coast of the USA is home to a biotechnology hub. 26% of all American biotechnology firms are located in this state, but they count for over ...

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India’s Dept of Biotech plans financial help for the biotech industry

Anti-cancer compounds, immunogens against H1N1, cheap recombinant human insulin, stem cell research - the Indian biotech industry is in the thick of it all. Though bubbling with innovative ideas, a la...

Field trials of biotech mustard, brinjal permitted in India

India's environment ministry has granted Delhi University and Bejo Seeds approval to conduct field trials of their biotech mu -More- 

Education on hygiene and sanitation is the need of the hour in India

Even after 66 years of independence, 60% of the rural population of India has no toilet facilities, although the figure is less than 9% in urban India.1 2 India launched the Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan... ...

Which doctors have been shortlisted for the BMJ Awards India 2014?

We received more than 500 high quality nominations for the first BMJ Awards India, showing medical excellence in diverse work throughout India.1 2 The BMJ team in India had the unenviable task of... ...

Gilead: Still 50% Upside Left In The Stock

By Bret Jensen:I have been receiving a lot of comments recently on my articles here on SeekingAlpha and in my mailbag about the largest position in my portfolio, Gilead Sciences (NASDAQ:GILD). The sha...

New Promega Branch in India Brings Convenient Access to Technologies and Support Services

Promega Corporation announces its expansion into India with a 16th branch that serves the country’s scientific community with wide product availability, efficient delivery and t...

Scientists Say that Bt Cotton Does Not Cause Farm Distress

Farmer suicides in Maharashtra and other parts of India have nothing to do with biotech cotton, according to scientists at the Indian Science Congress held on January 3-7, 2015 at the University of Mu...

Judging the best of Indian healthcare

“We received an overwhelming number of nominations,” said Anand Ekambaram, managing director of BMJ India. More than 500 individuals and teams throughout India have been put forward.1“The BMJ In...

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Future and Training of Craniofacial Surgery in India.

Craniofacial surgery, in the strictest sense, is the surgery of structures above and behind the maxilla. Craniofacial surgery is not new to India and has been around for more than 4 decades now since ...

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Effect of VIA Screening by Primary Health Workers: Randomized Controlled Study in Mumbai, India.

Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer mortality among women in India. Because Pap smear screening is not feasible in India, we need to develop effective alternatives.

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