Compugen and Sigma-Genosys Team Up to Offer Oligonucleotide Libraries | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, June 25 - Compugen and Sigma-Aldrich subsidiary Sigma-Genosys have inked a deal to jointly design, manufacture, and market oligonucleotide libraries, the companies said Monday. 

The oligonucleotide libraries will include whole or partial sets of the human, mouse, and rat genomes. Customers will be able to access some sequence and other information about the oligos using Compugen's LabOnWeb portal.  

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