NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Invitrogen said Monday that it will collaborate with researchers at Genome Quebec and the Montreal Heart Institute Pharmacogenomics Centre on a pharmacogenomics research project.
 
Specifically, Invitrogen said that the partners aim to develop novel methodologies and reagents for targeted medical resequencing.
 

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