NEW YORK, May 18 – GeneMachines has added two executives to its management team, the company said Friday. Terry Allread will join the company as vice president of manufacturing, and Patricia Gray will take a position as vice president of development.

The new appointments reflect a growth in the company’s sales and number of products, according to a statement.

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