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November 2nd, 2004

Frost Selects Do-Coop for NanomedicineTechnology Award

Abstract:
Do-Coop Technologies Ltd. of Israel is the recipient of Frost's 2004 Enabling Technology Award for nanomedicine. The award commends Do-Coop Technologies' efforts to develop a unique class of nano-reagents, with the potential to significantly enhance the efficiency and accuracy of diagnostic test kits and drug screening processes.

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