Integrated Genomics Licenses Gene Sequencing Technologies to Genencor | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Sept. 26 – Integrated Genomics of Chicago has licensed three of its microbial genome sequencing technologies to Genencor, the companies announced Tuesday.

Under the terms of the deal Genencor will have a license to use Integrated Genomics’ genome sequence data for Aspergillus niger , the ERGO bioinformatics tools, and Genome Explorer, which allows scientists to analyze regulatory pathways.

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