NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has licensed DNAStar’s sequence analysis software for use at several of its facilities, the bioinformatics company said today.
The multi-site license agreement allows the CDC’s Coordinating Center for Infectious Disease to use the company’s Lasergene software at its Atlanta base and at its campuses in Colorado, Alaska, and in Puerto Rico.

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