Published in Health and Medicine Week, August 15th, 2005
The company also announced new business initiatives that will leverage Nanobac's growing intellectual property estate to take advantage of diagnostic and therapeutic opportunities.
Since 1988 researchers at Nanobac Life Sciences, Inc., have been studying a pathogen that they believe is responsible for numerous chronic diseases affecting humankind. They called this pathogen nanobacteria because of its small size, roughly 100 billionths of a meter, and because of its ability to replicate or propagate.
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