March 2007
Nature Biotechnology;Mar2007, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p362
Academic Journal
The article reports on developments related to executives of companies involved in nature biotechnology in the United States as of March 2007. Xencor has appointed Jade Brown as vice president of business development. Leslie Alexandre is scheduled to resign as chief executive officer of North Carolina Biotechnology Center at the end of the month. Kevan Clemens was elected chairman of the board of Chelsea Therapeutics International.


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