NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Open Biosystems said today it has struck an agreement with UK-based Abcam, under which Open will sell Abcam's research-grade primary antibodies in a combined offering with its own libraries of cDNA, ORF, and shRNA clones.
 
Open, based in Huntsville, Ala., said researchers will be able to use its web-based gene search tool to query an index of “matched content” that may be used to study genes of interest. The index may be queried by gene symbol or by accession number, the company said.
 

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