Toshiba to Use its DNA Chip in HIV Pharmacogenomics Study | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, June 19 - Toshiba and the Institute of Human Virology will study ways in which a pharmacogenomics technology developed by the Japanese electronics giant can be used to improve the efficacy of HIV drugs, the partners said today.

 

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