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GeneGo Certifies Yale Microarray Center as 'Center of Excellence,' Extends License with Unilever

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GeneGo said today that it has certified Yale University’s Keck Microarray Center as a “Center of Excellence” that will act as a training facility for GeneGo and provide access and support for its software tools.
Under the terms of the agreement, Yale researchers will have access to GeneGo's MetaCore software, as well as training and advanced support.
GeneGo said that Yale researchers will use MetaCore to study basic and translational research; cancer biology; neuroscience research; and other clinical conditions.
Separately, GeneGo said today that consumer goods firm Unilever has extended its license to MetaCore for use in safety studies.

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