NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Caliper Life Sciences said today that it has received a contract from the National Institutes of Environmental Health Services valued at up to $7 million to develop customized transgenic and knockout mouse models though its Xenogen Biosciences business.
 
The company said the contract will begin immediately and could run up to 10 years “at the option of NIEHS.” The contract was awarded to Caliper through a competitive bid process.
 

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