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Basque Country Beckons

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The fact that two array-based in vitro diagnostics have come out of Derio, Spain in the first four months of this year alone begs the question 'why Derio?'

Antonio Martinez, the technical director of Progenika, said his company wouldn't have been able to develop an in vitro diagnostic without the financial help of the local Basque government, and its desire to nurture biotech.

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