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GenUs Biosystems Launches as DNA Microarray Service Lab

NEW YORK, Aug. 18 (GenomeWeb News) - GenUs Biosystems said today it has launched as a DNA microarray service laboratory.


The company, based in Chicago, was founded by Scott Magnuson, a senior applications consultant for CodeLink at Amersham Biosciences, and prior to that, at Motorola Life Sciences. John Callaci., the chief scientific officer and research associate at Loyola Medical center' and Michael Falduto, the chief technology officer and a senior scientist with Abbott Laboratories, are the co-founders.


GenUs will conduct gene expression profiling services for clients, including sample preparation, analysis of sample quality, processing of RNA and DNA provided by customers, and data analysis.

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