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Symposium on Biopharming

Symposium on Biopharming

April 28, 2003 RSNZ Lecture Theatre, Turnbull House, Wellington.

The Royal Society of New Zealand, the Association of Crown Research Institutes and the Life Sciences Network have joined forces to present a one-day Symposium on Biopharming – the production of therapeutic proteins in plants or animals.

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