Kaelbe, Steve
August 2002
Indiana Business Magazine;Aug2002, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p8
Focuses on the discovery of folate as a cure for cancer by Endocyte, a biotechnology firm in Lafayette, Indiana. Study made by Chris Leamon, vice president of the company, and colleagues regarding folate; Benefits of connecting folate to diagnostic imaging agent; Process of developing a diagnostic product called FolateScan.


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