NEW YORK, March 26 – Genomics Collaborative has hired GeneticXchange to provide data integration software to the company and its academic collaborators over a period of five-years, the companies said Monday.

The agreement extends a year-old relationship between the two companies, in which Genomics Collaborative (GCI), a Cambridge, Mass., functional genomics company, has non-exclusively licensed gX-Engine, GeneticXchange’s data access and integration software.

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