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Gene Logic Adds PsychoGenics to Subscriber Base

NEW YORK, July 3 – PsychoGenics has entered into an agreement with Gene Logic to provide the company with tissue samples and subscribe to its GeneExpress Suite, the companies announced Tuesday.

PsychoGenics, based in Hawthorne, NY, will supply CNS tissue samples to augment Gene Logic’s repository, the company said. 

PsychoGenics will use its subscription, which includes a customized subset of gene expression information focused on CNS disorders, in its development of high throughput in vivo  behavioral assays focused on research into behavioral and neurological disorders.

Financial details of the agreement were not disclosed.

The deal raises Gene Logic’s subscriber base to 18, according to the company.

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