NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse, a public-private partnership that corrals start-up investment capital for Pittsburgh-area life sciences businesses, said Tuesday it will fuel a fledgling siRNA-focused business with $150,000, and will dish out $200,000 between two other biotech companies.

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