NEW YORK, June 9 (GenomeWeb News) -- There may not be chirps and tweets coming from the Biomax Optimized Research Environment, a bioinformatics system, or the refurbished used sequencing instruments sold by AME Bioscience, but there will be a Finch there.

The two vendors today announced sales alliances to include Geospiza’s Finch Sequencing Center software within their respective product offerings. Financial details were not disclosed.

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