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Genomatix Licenses Sequence Analysis Package to BASF Plant Science

NEW YORK, Dec. 12 (GenomeWeb News) - Genomatix announced today that it has licensed its GEMS Launcher package for promoter sequence analysis to BASF Plant Science.

 

Seven BASF units in North America and Europe will have access to the Launcher.

 

Genomatix has previously specialized in mammalian systems, but its systems are "being equally successful applied to plan systems," according to the company.

 

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