Lynx, UC Davis Arabidopsis Partnership Will Beget First Free Plant Genome Data Set | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Nov. 15 — Genomics firm Lynx Therapeutics and the University of California at Davis will partner to study gene expression in Arabidopsis, a project that will generate the first publicly available genome-wide data set in a plant, Lynx said on Thursday.


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