NEW YORK, Sept. 6 – Gene Logic has licensed a pair of its technology platforms and a set of gene targets to a business unit of Belgian drug company UCB Pharma, the companies said on Thursday.

Under the deal, which broadens an existing collaboration inked in 1999, UCB Research, of Cambridge, Mass., will gain access to the BioExpress Module of Gene Logic’s GeneExpress suite plus the Genesis Enterprise System, according to a statement.

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