NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Clinical Data subsidiary Cogenics said today that it has signed a multi-year genomics services agreement with the UK’s John Innes Center.
 
Cogenics said it will provide the center, based in Norwich, UK, with gene expression and other services to support its plant science and microbiology research.
 

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