Extending Deal, Lynx and Aventis CropScience Will Co-Develop Plant Assays | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 1 - Lynx Therapeutics and Aventis CropScience will co-develop and commercialize an assay based on Lynx's bead-based technologies, the companies said today.
Terms of the collaboration, which extends by five years a deal the firms inked in March 1999 that gave the German ag-bio firm access to Lynx's genomics-discovery services, will give the companies joint ownership of the assay technology.

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