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BioCarta

6827 Nancy Ridge Drive
San Diego, 92121
United States of America, California

Phone: 858-200-2037
Fax: 858-200-2038

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Please notice: This entry hasn't been updated by the submitting company for more than 2 years. It could be possible that this company doesn't longer exists.

Description:

www.biocarta.com offers an easy and dynamic forum for information exchange and collaboration between researchers, students, and educators. This unique resource brings together the collaborative nature of the life science community to life through an interactive, web basd community forum. Information is provided in the form of gene function, proteomic pathways, online publication (ePoster), and reagent exchange. Visit www.biocarta.com to search for your gene of choice, publish your data online, chat with your colleagues, submit your pathway, or exchange reagents.

As a worldwide organization, BioCarta provides products and information to the life science community. Our mission is to accelerate life science research worldwide by facilitating research, communication, and collaboration. We have offices in San Diego, California, Hamburg, Germany, and Tokyo, Japan.

Selected Categories:

Product Company   Service Company
Biopharma
- Research
Biotech
- General
- Research
Diagnostics
- Immunoassay
Pharmaceutical
- Research
Supplier
- Research

Last update of this entry: November 07, 2006

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