In the war against bioterror, genomic companies are becoming more noticeable. Consider: Maxygen has received grants from DARPA for its MolecularBreeding technologies, which promise rapidly to deliver antigens for immunization. The technology also has been designed to generate new vaccines with a broad spectrum of activity against multiple strains of several different pathogens, and deliver aerosol-based preventative and therapeutic agents.  

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