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Codon Devices closing as financing dwindles

Cambridge life sciences start-up is most recent casualty of recession

By Todd Wallack
Globe Staff / April 3, 2009

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Another once-promising life sciences company has died. Codon Devices Inc., a five-year-old Cambridge biotech working on ways to synthesize DNA and other genetic material, is quietly shutting down. (Full article: 666 words)

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