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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – NextGen has entered the gene-synthesis market after licensing Gene Oracle's GeneIOS gene-synthesis products and services, NextGen said today.
 
Under the agreement, NextGen will incorporate the GeneIOS technology into a new generation of ContractExpress products. The company will offer the combined technology as part of its fee-for-service offering.
 
NextGen will also offer GeneIOS as a standalone gene-synthesis product in the gene-to-protein development market.
 

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