NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — A Toronto General Hospital program has bought around CA$1 million ($880,000) worth of certain Thermo Electron technologies as part of an R&D and supply agreement, Thermo said late last week.
 
The company will also fund a postdoc for two years and offer training workshops for the program, which will study transplant rejection.
 

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