By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Life sciences tools and services provider Essen Instruments and OriGene will co-develop and co-market ion channel genes for use in gene expression activities in mammalian cell line research, Essen said today.

OriGene, which makes genetics-related products and has a collection of human cDNA clones, will clone and engineer ion channel genes and will optimize methods for the mammalian lines.

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