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Cooperative Diagnostics Moving to South Carolina

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Cooperative Diagnostics, a molecular diagnostics start-up company, is moving to the South Carolina Biotechnology Incubation Facility, or SC BIO, in Greenwood, from Pleasanton, Calif., SC BIO said yesterday.
 
Cooperative Diagnostics specializes in optimizing DNA diagnostics and in using bioinformatics to select targets for custom PCR-based assay design, SC BIO said. It offers partial or full assay design services including selecting targets and assay validation.
 
SC BIO, established in 2002, is a non-profit organization composed of industry, university, and private life sciences companies. It helps companies with commercialization efforts and supports financial growth. SC BIO currently is working with 35 emerging companies across the state of South Carolina.

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