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Geneart to Provide Gene Variants for Max Planck Project

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Geneart today said that it has signed a contract to provide gene variants to the Max Planck Institute over the next two years for a systems biology research project.

Regensburg, Germany-based Geneart said that it will provide the genes and gene variants for the project "Mutanom — Systems Biology of Genetic Diseases," which is funded by Germany's Federal Ministry of Education and Research. The partners in the project include the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, the German Cancer Research Center, and the Max Delbrueck Center for Molecular Medicine, as well as clinical development partners.

Geneart said that order volume for the project is expected to be around €300,000 ($424,000).

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