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EMD Antibody Data to Appear in GenomeCube Database, RZPD Website

NEW YORK, Nov. 18 (GenomeWeb News) - The Germany-based not-for-profit genomic research-services center Ressourcenzentrum fur Genomfoschung will provide information about EMD Biosciences' antibody products in its resource database and on its website as part of a cooperative agreement, the companies announced today.

 

The RZPD, will integrate data provided by the Madison, Wisc.-based Merck subsidiary into its GenomeCube resource database concerning "antibody characteristics" and the "identification or assignment" of an antibody to a particular gene, the companies said.

 

Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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