NEW YORK, Feb 14 – Incyte has licensed its databases and will provide custom genomic services to GenomicFX, a company that is developing genomic diagnostic tools for cattle and swine breeding and production, the companies said Wednesday.

GenomixFX of Austin, Texas, has licensed Incyte's LifeSeq Gold and Zooseq databases for an undisclosed amount. In addition, Incyte will provide GenomicFX with custom services that will enable it to create proprietary cattle and swine genome databases.

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