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January 5th, 2008

Med spinoff eyes nanofibers

Abstract:
A successful Chattanooga start-up has launched a spin-off company that will specialize in medical applications of nanotechnology.

Jayesh Doshi, the founder of nanofibers business eSpin Technologies Inc., has teamed up with Chattanooga physician Raymond DeBarge to start Notus Laboratories Inc.

Notus is focusing on developing nanofiber-based medical products and bringing them to market, Dr. Doshi said. The company is named after Notus, the Greek god of the south wind.

Dr. Doshi, a former DuPont scientist, formed eSpin in 1998 and operated it from the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Business Development Center. He moved that business to a warehouse in the Enterprise South industrial park in 2004 and began manufacturing nanofibers there.

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