CLC Bio Partners with Danish Groups on Bacteria Studies | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — CLC Bio has joined a Danish-led team of corporate and academic researchers that plans to use $1.8 million in a four-year study to learn more about the genetics of bacteria in order to improve probiotic foods, the company said.
 
A bioinformatics specialty company, CLC Bio will work on the project with Chr. Hansen and Roskilde University, as well as researchers in Tokyo, the company said.  
 

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