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Ciphergen Shareholders Say ‘Yes’ to New Name
Ciphergen shareholders approved the company’s name change, the company announced last week. Effective mid-August Ciphergen will become Vermillion. The company’s board announced in May that it was changing its name to reflect recent changes at the firm, including its move out of the proteomics space to concentrate on diagnostics.

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