NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Keygene has come to a new research agreement with a long-term business partner, the plant breeding company KWS.
Keygene said it expects the agreement will continue research begun last year that resulted in new high-throughput genotyping products, including the SNPWave 90-plex SNP detection assay and the CRoPS high throughput SNP identification after genome complexity reduction.

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