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July 14th, 2006

QBI Life Sciences snags $130,000 NIH grant

Abstract:
QBI Life Sciences, a division of Quintessence Biosciences specializing in tools and reagents for life science research, has received a $130,000 Phase I award from the National Institutes of Health to create absorption profiles for early drug-stage candidates.

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