BioCentury | Sep 27, 2004
Company News

Prodigene sales and marketing update

...plant-derived recombinant aprotinin. The serine protease inhibitor typically is purified from bovine lung, ProdiGene said. ProdiGene Inc....
BioCentury | Mar 26, 2003
Company News

ProdiGene settlement terms disclosed

...Terms of ProdiGene's financial settlement with the U.S. Department of Agriculture for costs and penalties associated...
...Extra, Friday Dec. 6, 2002 ). The settlement, reached in December 2002, requires that the ProdiGene...
BioCentury | Mar 10, 2003
Company News

Prodigene management update

ProdiGene Inc. , College Station, Texas Business: Agbio/Veterinary/Environmental, Genomics Resigned: Anthony Laos as president, CEO and a director Hired: Russell Burbank, managing director of The Scotland Group Inc., as president and CEO; and John Howard as...
BioCentury | Mar 6, 2003
Company News

ProdiGene names new CEO

...president, CEO and a director. Burbank is a managing director of The Scotland Group, which ProdiGene...
...said is a "professional turnaround organization." In December, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that ProdiGene...
BioCentury | Dec 6, 2002
Politics & Policy

USDA settles with ProdiGene

...The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Friday that ProdiGene (College Station, Texas) agreed to pay a...
...facility and all equipment, said USDA. Other terms of the settlement consent decree signed by ProdiGene...
BioCentury | Nov 18, 2002
Politics, Policy & Law

Prodigal ProdiGene

...steadfast supporters, to call for new government restrictions on testing and growing genetically modified plants. ProdiGene Inc....
...incident, USDA inspectors saw corn growing in a soybean field in 2002, a year after ProdiGene...
...destroy, any corn that grew in the field in 2002. Last month, USDA discovered that ProdiGene's...
BioCentury | Nov 14, 2002
Politics & Policy

More pharming violations reported

...regulators ordered the destruction of 155 acres of corn surrounding an Iowa test site where ProdiGene...
...by ProdiGene that was disclosed Wednesday ( see BioCentury Extra, Wednesday Nov. 13, 2002 ). ProdiGene...
...Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) said it "discovered possible permit violations at a ProdiGene...
BioCentury | Nov 13, 2002
Top Story

Pharming corn contaminates soybeans

...human consumption, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and FDA announced Wednesday. The contamination occurred because ProdiGene...
...spokesperson Jim Rogers. ProdiGene President and CEO Anthony Laos confirmed the accuracy of USDA's allegations. ProdiGene...
...a corn genetically engineered to express a non-food protein in 2001. The permit required that ProdiGene...
BioCentury | Oct 14, 2002
Company News

Prodigene, Sigma-Aldrich deal

...SIAL will manufacture and distribute ProdiGene's maize-derived TrypZean recombinant trypsin. The product is produced using ProdiGene's...
...plant technology. The companies expect to develop a scaled-up TrypZean production process by year end. ProdiGene Inc....
BioCentury | Sep 16, 2002
Company News

Prodigene agbio/veterinary/environmental, genomics news

...States Agency for International Development (USAID) on international food issues including agriculture and food security. ProdiGene Inc....
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BioCentury | Sep 27, 2004
Company News

Prodigene sales and marketing update

...plant-derived recombinant aprotinin. The serine protease inhibitor typically is purified from bovine lung, ProdiGene said. ProdiGene Inc....
BioCentury | Mar 26, 2003
Company News

ProdiGene settlement terms disclosed

...Terms of ProdiGene's financial settlement with the U.S. Department of Agriculture for costs and penalties associated...
...Extra, Friday Dec. 6, 2002 ). The settlement, reached in December 2002, requires that the ProdiGene...
BioCentury | Mar 10, 2003
Company News

Prodigene management update

ProdiGene Inc. , College Station, Texas Business: Agbio/Veterinary/Environmental, Genomics Resigned: Anthony Laos as president, CEO and a director Hired: Russell Burbank, managing director of The Scotland Group Inc., as president and CEO; and John Howard as...
BioCentury | Mar 6, 2003
Company News

ProdiGene names new CEO

...president, CEO and a director. Burbank is a managing director of The Scotland Group, which ProdiGene...
...said is a "professional turnaround organization." In December, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that ProdiGene...
BioCentury | Dec 6, 2002
Politics & Policy

USDA settles with ProdiGene

...The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Friday that ProdiGene (College Station, Texas) agreed to pay a...
...facility and all equipment, said USDA. Other terms of the settlement consent decree signed by ProdiGene...
BioCentury | Nov 18, 2002
Politics, Policy & Law

Prodigal ProdiGene

...steadfast supporters, to call for new government restrictions on testing and growing genetically modified plants. ProdiGene Inc....
...incident, USDA inspectors saw corn growing in a soybean field in 2002, a year after ProdiGene...
...destroy, any corn that grew in the field in 2002. Last month, USDA discovered that ProdiGene's...
BioCentury | Nov 14, 2002
Politics & Policy

More pharming violations reported

...regulators ordered the destruction of 155 acres of corn surrounding an Iowa test site where ProdiGene...
...by ProdiGene that was disclosed Wednesday ( see BioCentury Extra, Wednesday Nov. 13, 2002 ). ProdiGene...
...Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) said it "discovered possible permit violations at a ProdiGene...
BioCentury | Nov 13, 2002
Top Story

Pharming corn contaminates soybeans

...human consumption, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and FDA announced Wednesday. The contamination occurred because ProdiGene...
...spokesperson Jim Rogers. ProdiGene President and CEO Anthony Laos confirmed the accuracy of USDA's allegations. ProdiGene...
...a corn genetically engineered to express a non-food protein in 2001. The permit required that ProdiGene...
BioCentury | Oct 14, 2002
Company News

Prodigene, Sigma-Aldrich deal

...SIAL will manufacture and distribute ProdiGene's maize-derived TrypZean recombinant trypsin. The product is produced using ProdiGene's...
...plant technology. The companies expect to develop a scaled-up TrypZean production process by year end. ProdiGene Inc....
BioCentury | Sep 16, 2002
Company News

Prodigene agbio/veterinary/environmental, genomics news

...States Agency for International Development (USAID) on international food issues including agriculture and food security. ProdiGene Inc....
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