NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Genomics services company Embark Scientific has purchased mouse genotyping assets from MendelWorks, an Identigene spin-off, for an undisclosed sum, Embark said earlier this week.
 
Austin, Tex.-based Embark said the deal will help increase its mouse genotyping capacity and its animal genotyping market share. The added capacity includes PCR and real-time PCR-based genotyping, gene expression, and RNA expression analysis, the company said.
 

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