Dyadic Extends Scripps Fungal Genomics Collaboration | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Dyadic International has extended a collaboration with The Scripps Research Institute under which Scripps will re-annotate the genome of Dyadic's C1 fungus.

The company said that it has re-sequenced the C1 fungus that Scripps first annotated under a collaboration that began in 2006.

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