ACAD
48.81
+0.99
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AEMD
9.99
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APRI
1.44
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ARNA
4.04
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ATEC
1.36
0.00
0.00%
CNAT
4.74
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CRXM
0.3
0.00
0.00%
CYTX
0.44
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DXCM
84.65
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GNMK
8.5
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HALO
23.34
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ILMN
219.3
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INNV
0.155
0.00
0.00%
INO
7.29
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ISCO
0.043
0.00
0.00%
ISIS
54.93
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LGND
108.26
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LPTN
0.27
0.00
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MBVX
2.16
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MEIP
1.56
-0.04
-2.50%
MNOV
3.75
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MRTX
28.61
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MSTX
0.447
0.00
-0.0447%
NBIX
50.12
+0.1
+0.20%
NUVA
55.01
+0.08
+0.15%
ONCS
6.06
-0.04
-0.66%
ONVO
3.38
+0.01
+0.30%
OREX
4
+0.05
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OTIC
25.77
+0.26
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QDEL
20.71
-0.25
-1.19%
RCPT
227.86
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RGLS
8.2
-0.06
-0.73%
RMD
57.95
+1.83
+3.26%
SCIE
0.018
-0.002
-10.000%
SPHS
0.87
-0.01
-1.1818%
SRNE
20.78
+0.39
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TROV
7.88
+0.07
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VICL
0.644
+0.014
+2.222%
ZGNX
19.31
0.00
0.00%
ACAD
48.81
+0.99
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AEMD
9.99
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APRI
1.44
+0.01
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ARNA
4.04
+0.07
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ATEC
1.36
0.00
0.00%
CNAT
4.74
-0.08
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CRXM
0.3
0.00
0.00%
CYTX
0.44
+0.01
+2.33%
DXCM
84.65
+0.73
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GNMK
8.5
+0.02
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HALO
23.34
+0.21
+0.91%
ILMN
219.3
+0.43
+0.20%
INNV
0.155
0.00
0.00%
INO
7.29
+0.08
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ISCO
0.043
0.00
0.00%
ISIS
54.93
+1.76
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LGND
108.26
+0.48
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LPTN
0.27
0.00
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MBVX
2.16
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MEIP
1.56
-0.04
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MNOV
3.75
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MRTX
28.61
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+4.04%
MSTX
0.447
0.00
-0.0447%
NBIX
50.12
+0.1
+0.20%
NUVA
55.01
+0.08
+0.15%
ONCS
6.06
-0.04
-0.66%
ONVO
3.38
+0.01
+0.30%
OREX
4
+0.05
+1.27%
OTIC
25.77
+0.26
+1.02%
QDEL
20.71
-0.25
-1.19%
RCPT
227.86
+0.38
+0.17%
RGLS
8.2
-0.06
-0.73%
RMD
57.95
+1.83
+3.26%
SCIE
0.018
-0.002
-10.000%
SPHS
0.87
-0.01
-1.1818%
SRNE
20.78
+0.39
+1.91%
TROV
7.88
+0.07
+0.90%
VICL
0.644
+0.014
+2.222%
ZGNX
19.31
0.00
0.00%
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What Will San Diego Biotech Look Like in 2010?

Submitted by on December 22, 2009 – 1:20 pm One Comment

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The results are in! We polled you to see what you want with the San Diego Biotechnology Network in 2010. The full results from 68 respondents can be seen here, and here’s a short summary:

  1. Drug Discovery, Drug Development, Translational Research, Research Tools, Medical Devices were the top areas of interest. Although Stem Cells and Green/Clean Tech were not highly chosen, companies in these areas were suggested to be featured.
  2. Companies you’d like to hear from: Illumina, Celgene, Ambrx, CareFusion, Sapphire Energy, Fate Therapeutics, Life Technologies
  3. Charities you’re interested in: Disease areas, community outreach
  4. You think the mix of science/networking is good, with a slight bias towards more networking.

To get an overview of the feedback, check out the tag cloud of the essay answers–we think it gives a nice flavor of what you’re looking for and what to expect in 2010. We were encouraged by your feedback and willingness to participate and will start giving you more ways to get involved soon. Leave more feedback below, we can’t get enough of it!

We’re working on the 2010 schedule and finding volunteers, partners and sponsors, now is the time to contact us to get involved!

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