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Hematech, LLC was founded in 1998 and has its corporate headquarters in Sioux Falls, SD. In 1999, Hematech and the Pharmaceutical Division of the Kirin Brewery Company began a research collaboration to develop a bovine system for production of human polyclonal antibodies. The collaboration brought together Kirin's human artificial chromosome (HAC) and gene targeting technologies and Hematech's bovine cloning technology. In 2002, Hematech and Kirin consolidated their transgenic bovine research programs in facilities in Sioux Falls, SD. Currently, Hematech occupies approximately 13,000 sq ft of laboratory space in the Sioux Falls Technology Park. In 2003, Hematech formed a joint venture with Transova Genetics. Transova is one of the worlds largest bovine embryo transfer companies and has extensive experience in managing cloned and genetically modified cattle. The Hematech/Transova Joint Venture was formed to manage all of Hematech's animal needs, including animal work at Hematech's Research and Development Center in Sioux Center, IA.
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Hematech, LLC was founded in 1998 and has its corporate headquarters in Sioux Falls, SD. In 1999, Hematech and the Pharmaceutical Division of the Kirin Brewery Company began a research collaboration t...
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Collaborations in biotechnology
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