NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Keygene has licensed some of its genomic technology to a research group in Ghent University in Belgium, Keygene said Tuesday.
 
The five-year, non-exclusive agreement allows the Belgian Coordinated Collection of Microorganisms at the Laboratory for Microbiology at Ghent University, or BCCM/LMG, to use Keygene’s AFLP technology to “extend its genetic database” and “serve its customers with AFLP typing of bacterial stains.”
 

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