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DNAStar Sells Software Site License to Max Planck Society

NEW YORK, March 14 (GenomeWeb News) - Germany's Max Planck Society has bought a site license for bioinformatics software from DNAStar, according to GATC Biotech, the company's European distributor.

 

Under the agreement, participating research departments at Max Planck institutes will have access to DNAStar's Lasergene 6, StarBlast, and GenVision software until 2008 and obtain technical support from GATC Biotech, based in Constance, Germany.

 

DNAStar is headquartered in Madison, Wis.

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