photogen


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pho·to·gen

(fō'tō-jen),
A microorganism that produces luminescence.
[photo- + G. gen-, producing]
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"In addition, Imagent will be given its best opportunity to achieve success in the marketplace under Photogen, as they will be in position to properly launch the product with the experienced team of professionals that Alliance assembled in San Diego."
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Prior to that he was a co-founder of Photogen Technologies, where he held several senior management positions.
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