FEATURE: Global Gene Hunter Xenon Genetics Finally Gets Noticed | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 20 - Canadian population genetics company Xenon Genetics has kept a low profile since its founding four years ago, but since Xenon raised $45 million earlier this month in a private placement, despite current market conditions, some in the genomics community have begun to sit up and take notice.  

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