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BioDeptronix LLC (Chapel Hill) develops instruments to sense and monitor toxic chemicals and gases in outdoor and indoor air, as well as in lab-created air samples, using changes in the metabolism and genome expression of living human cells. BioDyne Water Reclamation Inc. (Raleigh) engineers and provides water reclamation systems using biotreatment with its patented IBAC single vessel full-treatment systems. Biof uidica Inc. (Chapel Hill) is developing novel instrumentation for the isolation and analysis of circulating biomarkers, including circulating tumor cells, in cancer patients. www.biof BioGaia Biologics Inc. (Raleigh) develops and sells probiotic products. Biogen (Research Triangle Park) discovers, develops and manufactures therapies for neurodegenerative diseases, hemophilia and autoimmune disorders. It operates biologics and oral solid dose manufacturing facilities and a patient services contact center in RTP. BioKier Inc. (Chapel Hill) develops proprietary drugs for diabetes and related disorders. BioKier has identif ed a therapeutic opportunity based on gastric bypass surgery and is developing a novel treatment for diabetes. BioLeap LLC (Chapel Hill) provides drug- discovery and -design services using computational fragment-based drug-design technology. BioLink Life Sciences Inc. (Cary) provides contract product development support through custom synthesis and testing. Biological Applied Research Inc. (Raleigh) provides ef cacy testing of agricultural chemicals such as fungicides, herbicides, nematicides and biopesticides on various crops including fruits, turf, vegetables and row crops. BioLume Inc. (Wendell) develops and commercializes bioluminescent (light- producing) proteins for the food, beverage, cosmetic and diagnostic imaging markets. BioMarck Pharmaceuticals Ltd. (Durham) develops drugs to treat pulmonary diseases and disorders, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, cystic f brosis and lung cancer. bioMASON (Research Triangle Park) develops masonry material from a nonpathogenic bacterium which induces cement materials in between aggregates such as sand. Enhancing the biotechnology and life science industry workforce through: • (ANDSONINDUSTRYSPECIkC training and education programs and laboratory resources. • Student outreach and faculty professional development that connects industry-required skills to educational activities. North Carolina Bioscience Companies 7 Companies 1 – Ar Companies Bi – Bi

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