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bionomics

[‚bī·ō′näm·iks]
(biology)
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The acquisition of Iliad will provide Bionomics with additional and more advanced series of potential drug candidates, thereby fast-tracking Bionomics' internal development programs.
Bionomics and physiology of Culex nigripalpus (Diptera: Culicidae) of Florida: An important vector of disease.
Dr Jose Iglesias, Bionomics' Chief Medical Officer said, "BNC101 was discovered by Bionomics using our CSCRx platform and it is immensely satisfying to see it move to this next stage of development.
Neurofit has annual sales of approximately Euro1 million and is expected to operate profitably within the Bionomics group.
Bionomics Limited (Australia) has new data which shows that gene-silencing molecules developed by the company inhibit tumor growth in a breast cancer model.
It covers taxonomic identification, medical importance and bionomics of haemaphysaline ticks.
Bionomics and control of insects affecting Washington grass seed fields.
Bionomics Limited (Australia) and Genetic Technologies Limited (Sydney, Australia) formed a strategic alliance to commercialise new genetic tests for epilepsy.
CO), Hybrigenics (NYSE Alternext:ALHYG), Bionomics Limited (ASX:BNO) and Circadian Technologies Limited (ASX:CIR).
Little is known about the bionomics of Brachiacantha species and factors that determine their abundance (Gordon 1985; Majka & Robinson 2009).
Research conducted at The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI) has contributed significantly to a major licensing agreement signed between Australian biotechnology company, Bionomics, (ASX:BNO) and Germany-based pharmaceutical company, Merck Serono.
Bionomics Limited (Australia) Chairman Fraser Ainsworth and CEO and Managing Director Deborah Rathjen highlighted the revenue generating deals the company has in place.