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DNA Chip Research and AIST Develop Amination Reagent

NEW YORK, Nov. 21 (GenomeWeb News) - DNA Chip Research has developed and signed licensing deals for its new reagent, according to a release on JCN Network.


DNA Chip Research and the Research Institute of Genome-Based Factory of the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology jointly developed an amination reagent with an amino modification of oligonucleotide.


DNA Chip Research also signed a licensing agreement with Sigma Aldrich Japan to collaborate in synthesizing high-reactive aminated oligonucleotide to develop gene analysis technology.


Financial details were not disclosed.

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