DoubleTwist Extends Hitachi Deal, Looks for Footing in Changed Environment | GenomeWeb

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 21 - DoubleTwist and Hitachi have agreed to extend for an additional year a distribution deal as the bioinformatics company navigates the new market environment by attempting to preserve cash to rein in its burn rate, according to officials at DoubleTwist.


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