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Dyax average salary is $56,940, median salary is $56,940 with a salary range from $48,880 to $65,000.
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Analytical Chemist 48,880-48,880 Luling, LA, 70070 2016 Dyax Analytical Chemist Salaries (4)
Dyax Luling, LA Salaries
Analytical Chemist 48,880-65,000 Luling, LA, 70070 2014 Dyax Analytical Chemist Salaries (4)
Dyax Luling, LA Salaries
Analytical Chemist 65,000-65,000 Pasadena, TX, 77501 2014 Dyax Analytical Chemist Salaries (4)
Dyax Pasadena, TX Salaries
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  • Dyax Corp.
  • Industry: BioTech/Drugs
  • City: Cambridge, MA
  • Dyax Corp. is a biopharmaceutical company that has developed and patented phage display technology with applications in the discovery and development of a broad range of compounds for the treatment and diagnosis of diseases and for the purification and manufacture of biopharmaceuticals and other chemicals. Through the use of phage display technology, Dyax's scientists, collaborators and licensees seek to discover peptides and proteins, including human antibodies, that bind tightly to specific molecular targets.