NEW YORK, March 6 – Lion Bioscience has licensed its soon-to-be launched EST clustering analysis software everEST, as well as genomeScout, its genome analysis software, to the Netherlands-based animal health company Intervet International, Lion said Tuesday.

The company has also extended licenses to Intervet for its SRS data integration platform and its bioScout genomic annotation system.

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