NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Beijing Genomics Institute’s BGI LifeTech segment will sell DNAStar’s bioinformatics software in China and Hong Kong, DNAStar said today.

Under the agreement, BGI LifeTech has acquired the rights to sell the Lasergene, ArrayStar, Seqman Genome Assembler, and GenVision products.
 
The company’s software platforms are used in analyzing sequence data, microarray gene expression data, and genomic visualizations.

Financial terms of the agreement were not released.

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