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bi·o·chem

 (bī′ō-chēm′)
n. Informal
Biochemistry, especially as an academic subject.
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Sirona Biochem Corporation's French subsidiary, TFChem, has received confirmation for funding of CDN$1.
The validation of a license contract of Cincinnati Children's patented synthetic vernix technology was declared by Sirona Biochem and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
Ray Matthews and Associates joins Sirona Biochem at an exciting time with the company focused on partnering and commercialization.
US biotechnology company Techne Corporation (NASDAQ:TECH) said Monday that via its subsidiary, R&D Systems, it has acquired ubiquitin-related research products developer Boston Biochem Inc for an unrevealed cash amount.
Foster City, CA 9/7/07; New York, NY 9/7/07--Applied Biosystems announced that the US District Court for the District of Connecticut granted its motion for summary judgment and dismissed all remaining claims in the patent infringement case brought by Enzo Biochem against Applera, Applied Biosystems' parent company.
PURAC Biochem produces a range of natural lactic acid and lactate products which have been shown to increase the shelf-life of meat products whilst inhibiting the growth of certain pathogens.
8billion merger with Canadian pharmaceuticals giant Biochem Pharma.
Shire Pharmaceuticals Group plc (Andover, United Kingdom; 44 0 1264-348-515) announces a decision in favor of BioChem Pharma, Inc.
BioChem will work in cooperation with University Laval in Qu[acute{e}]bec City.