biocomputer


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biocomputer

Fringe medicine
A term coined by R Utt, developer of the Applied Physiology technique, for the body’s “innate intelligence” which co-ordinates the activity of the parasympathetic nervous system, which in turn controls BP, digestion, respiration and other involuntary physiologic activities.
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Orchid Biocomputer is a privately held biotechnology company Orchid is fulfilling unmet medical needs through its proprietary pharmacogenetics and microfluidics platform technologies designed to accelerate the discovery and development of novel therapeutic and bioanalytic products.
ca/newsroom/channels/news/building-living-breathing-supercomputers-259294) explain , the circuit of the biocomputer "looks a bit like a road map of a busy and very organized city as seen from a plane.
GeneScreen will give Orchid Biocomputer a vehicle to more quickly expand its DNA microarray business.
Adverse drug response, lack of response, and predisposition to disease are the largest unmet medical needs yet to face health care," says Dale Pfost, CEO of Orchid Biocomputer, a Princeton, N.
and currently serves on the boards of Orchid Biocomputer, Inc.
Orchid Biocomputer and SNP Consortium have entered into an agreement for Orchid to perform validation and quality control testing on genetic markers identified by SNP.
In a Montreux presentation by Orchid Biocomputer, Princeton, N.
NEN Life Science Products and Orchid Biocomputer, Inc.
Orchid Biocomputer and Beckman Coulter to Collaborate Princeton, NJ, 3/22/99-Orchid Biocomputer and Beckman Coulter entered a collaboration to develop a high-throughput technology for conducting massive single nucelotide polymorphism genotyping.
But, Russ Granzow, director of business development at Orchid Biocomputer, says that although they can do about 10 polymerase chain reactions, they have found that "multiplex PCR is a better method for application because it doesn't create too much non-specific binding.
Past Early Stage Company of the Year winners include Orchid Biocomputer, Inc.
Orchid Biocomputer recently announced that it had entered into a five-year collaborative research agreement with Advanced BioAnalytical Services, Ithaca, N.