SNPTECH REPORTER SUBSCRIBERS: As Pharmacogenomics Matures In US, European Space Grapples for Traction | GenomeWeb

The pharmacogenomics wave does not seem to have hit European shores just yet: Venture capitalists there have a tepid interest in local SNP and pharmacogenomic startups, and companies there anxious about private-equity financing are in for a long, hot summer, most experts agree. It didn t have to be this way. Subscribe. (https://www.snptech.com/subscribe.htmtarget=_blank)

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