Aviva Biosciences, a small biochip startup whose operations stretch from Southern California to Beijing, China, has spun off a new company, Aviva Antibody, that will produce and market monoclonal antibodies for the biomedical research market, as well as for Aviva’s biochips.

The new spinoff, which will have its production facilities in China, comes out of Aviva scientist Weiping Yang’s work with monoclonal antibodies, which he began as a staff scientist at Stratagene in the mid-1990s.

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