Is Ariadne-GeneGo Product-Integration A Sign of a Collaborative New Market? | GenomeWeb

Ariadne Genomics and GeneGo, competitors in the bioinformatics sector, this week announced a collaboration that may well be a sign of molecular biology tools companies taking a fresh look at partnerships in order to expand markets, create incremental revenue growth opportunities, and cushion bottom lines.

The two companies, with their respective corporate headquarters located halfway across the US from each other, said on Monday they will integrate selected products for high-throughput functional data analysis.

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