NEW YORK, Jan 10 – Celera Genomics said Wednesday that it has signed multi-year subscriptions to its database products with three international academic institutions. Separately, Celera announced that Genset has signed a multi-year subscription agreement to Celera's databases, bioinformatics systems, and other tools.

The four new agreements bring Celera’s total number of current subscribers to 20.

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