A Google for finding cancer biomarkers; DNAnexus names ex-McAfee exec as COO;

> A team from Technische Universität Dresden has taken a page from Google's PageRank to develop an algorithm for identifying biomarkers for cancer prognosis. Article

> AG Mednet has created quality-assurance software for medical images used in clinical trials, aiming to cut submission errors to zero. Report

> DNAnexus, a Mountain View, CA-based DNA data-management and analysis company, has tapped former McAfee executive Marc Olesen as the young company's president and chief operating officer. Release

> For India to become a major player in biopharma R&D, the country needs to boost investments in bioinformatics, applied and translational research, according to a Boston Consulting Group study. Item

> BioTime ($BTX) reports that the company, through its subsidiary, LifeMap Sciences, has wrapped up its buyout of the bioinformatics group XenneX. Release

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