Seattle firm providing key molecules for research

07/5/2006 |

Seattle-based Benaroya Research Institute has become the primary supplier of tetramers, artificial molecules that can seek out specific targets in the blood, providing researchers with a valuable tool for improving diagnoses and treatments. Tetramers are being used to look at "anything the immune system attacks," and the company currently is exploring tetramers for anthrax, flu, HIV/AIDS, diabetes and other diseases, said Benaroya director Jerry Nepom.

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