NEW YORK, Aug 31 (GenomeWeb News) - The National Institutes of Health has renewed a contract with Agencourt Biosciences' genomic sequencing services for another two years, the company said today.
Under the renewed contract, Agencourt will continue to provide ESTs and SAGE sequencing for the Mammalian Gene Collection and Cancer Genome Anatomy projects at NIH. The original contract began in January 2002 and runs through the end of this year.
Agencourt said that it has so far sequenced more than 1.3 million cDNA ESTs for the MGC project, which is co-managed by the National Human Genome Research Institute and the National Cancer Institute.
Financial terms of the renewed contract were not provided.