DNAPrint genomics CEO Richard Gabriel Interviewed by Wall Street Transcript.
SARASOTA, Fla. -- The Wall Street Transcript has published an in-depth interview with Richard Gabriel, President and Chief Executive Officer of DNAPrint(TM) genomics, Inc. (OTCBB OTCBB
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The interview is available free on line at the Transcript's Web site (www.twst.com/ceos.htm).
Mr. Gabriel provides examples of how DNAPrint genomics' DNAWITNESS(TM) forensics technology for the law enforcement market is utilized in crime scene investigations. He also went into detail about the Company's ANCESTRYbyDNA(TM) product for the consumer market, which targets individuals who want to trace their family heritage.
Mr. Gabriel also discussed the Company's recently announced exclusive worldwide license from Harvard Medical School's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Both an international and regional referral center, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston, Massachusetts is a major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. It was formed out of the 1996 merger of Beth Israel Hospital (founded in 1916) and (BIDMC BIDMC Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center ) for a project to develop a new, more potent and longer acting form of the anemia drug Erythropoietin erythropoietin /eryth·ro·poi·e·tin/ (-poi´e-tin) a glycoprotein hormone secreted by the kidney in the adult and by the liver in the fetus, which acts on stem cells of the bone marrow to stimulate red blood cell production (EPO EPO
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"Our goal is to develop and market a 'Super'-EPO, a more powerful form of the drug," Mr. Gabriel said. "This is a perfect fit within the Company's overarching strategy to utilize recent genomics and chemistry advances made by our researchers to develop next-generation drugs that maximize efficacy and minimize side effects by tailoring medication for specific individuals and well-defined population sectors."
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About DNAPrint genomics, Inc.
DNAPrint genomics, Inc. uses proprietary human genome research methods to develop genomic-based services and products. The Company's ANCESTRYby DNA(TM) is a consumer product for individuals interested in learning their family heritage. DNAWitness(TM) is a forensics market tool for analyzing DNA evidence recovered at a crime scene. DNAPrint is also developing products in the pharmacogenomic market including OVANOME(TM), a genomic-based diagnostic tool that matches ovarian cancer patients with the most suitable form and dose of chemotherapy, and STATINOME(TM), a test for the cardiac drug market to determine whether patients will be good or poor responders to statins Statins
A class of drugs commonly used to lower LDL cholesterol levels.
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