Bar Harbor BioTech aims to make a name for itself
Bar Harbor Biotechnology, Inc., a private spinoff from The Jackson Laboratory, makes genetic tests and software that enable researchers to study what genes are activated or inactivated in particular diseases. After a strong start in 2006, it hit some stumbling blocks. In July of 2014, it hired a new CEO, Janet Yancey-Wrona, who intends to build the company’s brand name and to focus on and grow its gene analysis tool business. While BHB is a small company in comparison to others in the market, it can be more responsive to client needs, in particular creating custom primer plates , or arrays as they are known in the industry. She also intends to grow the company’s product line.
Jackson Laboratory (Bar Harbor, Me.), Biotechnology industries
Valigra, Lori, "Bar Harbor BioTech aims to make a name for itself" (2015). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 6251.
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