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European Patent Office Signs Up for Gene-IT s Sequence Search Software

NEW YORK, Feb. 10 (GenomeWeb News) - European Patent Office examiners will use Gene-IT's sequence search software, the company said yesterday.


After testing sequence search algorithms for patent research, the EPO decided to sign up for the company's GenomeQuest software, according to Paris-based Gene-IT. The software will be installed over the next few weeks.


For more information, see this week's BioInform.



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