NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Invitrogen has signed up ImaGenes as a distributor for its Gateway ORF clones in Europe, ImaGenes said.
 
The Gateway system is used in restriction-free cloning and protein expression. ImaGenes said it plans to distribute the clones through its web-based clone portal, called GenomeCube.
 

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