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DNAStar Licenses Sequence Analysis Software to U Mich

NEW YORK, April 12 (GenomeWeb News) - DNAStar has licensed its Lasergene sequence-analysis software to the University of Michigan, the company said today.

 

DNAStar said the university will now be able to use Lasergene, which it claims is a suite of tools for analyzing DNA and protein sequences, for all possible uses.

 

Tom Schwei, DNAStar's vice president and general manager, said in a statement that the company has "recently put a renewed emphasis on site license arrangements with major research institutes," and that it expects to "see an increasing number of arrangements like this in the future."

 

Financial details were not discussed.

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