As Celera Ponders Future of Geron Collaboration, Geron Mulls New Partners | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK, July 2 - The future of an R&D collaboration between Celera Genomics and stem-cell company Geron has been cast into doubt after Geron laid off roughly one-third of its staff and since both companies have refocused their research initiatives, GenomeWeb has learned.

 

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