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Reagent Shop Imgenex Opens R&D Facility in India

NEW YORK, Jan. 5 (GenomeWeb News) - Imgenex opened an R&D facility in India last week, the San Diego-based company said yesterday.


Privately held Imgenex develops and sells reagents including antibodies, gene- and protein-expression systems, and arrays of various cells and tissues for use in research studies. Areas of biological interest include cancer, apoptosis, molecular signaling pathways, cellular aging, and metabolic and infectious diseases.


Imgenex India, located in Bhubaneswar, is staffed by approximately 80 scientists, the company told GenomeWeb News.

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