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Ocimum Sells LIMS to Ireland s National Institute for Cellular Biology

NEW YORK, July 8 (GenomeWeb News) - Ocimum Biosolutions said today that the National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology at Ireland's Dublin City University has purchased its Biotracker laboratory information management system for its gene expression and proteomics research.

 

The NICB researchers will use the system to track samples, growth conditions, clinical history, extraction information, isolated RNA, and cell fraction details.

 

Financial terms for the agreement were not provided.

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