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eBioscience

10255 Science Center Drive
San Diego, 92121
United States of America, California
Toll free: 888.999.1371

Phone: 858.642.2058
Fax: 858.642.2046

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eBioscience, Inc., develops and manufactures immunological reagents for scientific research.  Founded in 1999, eBioscience is currently headquartered in San Diego, CA.  As a leading innovator of quality antibodies and cytokines for regulatory T cell, stem cells, cancer, adhesion biology, cytolytic mediators, innate immunity and costimulation research, eBioscience offers a large selection of products, in various size and formats, for multicolor flow cytometry, ELISA, ELISPOT and bioassays.  Since the company's inception in 1999, eBioscience products have been widely cited in prestigious journals including Nature and Science.  eBioscience, headquartered in San Diego, California provides products and services that support academic and government research institutions and pharmaceutical and biotech companies worldwide. The company provides essential life science technologies for disease research and drug discovery. For more information, visit www.ebioscience.com.

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Last update of this entry: May 05, 2008

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