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John Oyler has left RNAi startup Galenea as CEO, RNAi News has learned.
According to Pamela Esposito, who is in charge of business development and strategic planning at the company, Oyler left about a month ago to pursue another entrepreneurial opportunity.
She said that the company is "grateful to John for the two years he gave to Galenea."
She noted that Galenea is actively searching for a new CEO.
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BTX has introduced the BTX high-throughput electroporation system for delivering siRNA and DNA expression vectors into mammalian cells.
According to the company, the system consists of a 96-well electroporation plate along with a 96-well plate handler. The system's interface allows for variable voltage and pulse length, and processes 96 samples in less than 1 minute, the company added.