Celera to Market, Distribute Structural Genomix s ModBase Database | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Oct. 1 - Celera Genomics and Structural Genomix have entered into a multi-year partnership to market and distribute SGX's ModBase database, SGX announced on Monday. 

Terms of the agreement call for Celera, of Rockville, Md., to sell the database as part of its own Discovery System.

"This relationship will allow us to leverage Celera's market presence to increase awareness and use of this unique product,” Mike Grey, SGX's chief business officer, said in a statement. 

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