bioluminescence

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luminescence produced by physiological processes (as in the firefly)

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The Company is focused on sustaining this competitive advantage by leveraging its expertise in antibody design, immunology, proteomics, bio-luminescence and other bio-reactive technologies to continue its successful customer-focused research and development efforts.
The company is focused on sustaining this competitive advantage by leveraging its expertise in immunology, proteomics, bio-luminescence and other bio-reactive technologies to continue its successful customer-focused research and development efforts.
These waters are rich in bio-luminescence, the light-sensitive algae which illuminates the shadows of turtles and rays as they glide past our boast like torpedoes in an amazing aquatic light show.
Furthermore, in a novel cancer disease model in immuno-compromised mice using sensitive bio-luminescence imaging, new data show that HuMax-CD20 appears to stop growth of B-cell tumors grown from a laboratory cell line far more effectively than either placebo, or rituximab.
SDI continues to leverage its expertise in immunology, proteomics, bio-luminescence and other bio-reactive technologies to broaden its position into the diagnostics, life science and pharmaceutical research markets.
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