NEW YORK, June 15 – DNA Sciences has signed a multi-year subscription to Celera’s databases, the company said Monday.

The agreement allows researchers at DNA Sciences, of Fremont, Calif., full access to all of Celera's genomics tools through the Celera Discovery system, a web-based interface that includes software for searching and analyzing Celera's proprietary databases of human and mouse genomic information.

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