NEW YORK, Dec. 12 — Deltagen announced Wednesday that it had appointed Majid Mehtali as scientific director of Deltagen Europe, the company’s new genomics research and development center in Strasbourg, France.

Mehtali will lead Deltagen Europe’s efforts to expand its in vivo research work. The company’s principal product is a database of in vivo derived mammalian gene function information, used by pharmaceutical companies to discover and validate drug targets.  

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