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OriGene, ProteinOne Pen Distribution/Use Agreement

NEW YORK, Aug. 11 (GenomeWeb) - OriGene, a maker of cDNA clones, will  distribute and use a protein array made by ProteinOne, the companies said yesterday.

 

OriGene also intends to use ProteinOne's custom protein services, which the company said will complement its True Clone collection of full-length cDNA clones.

At the same time, ProteinOne will use OriGene's clones for protein-expression research, and will promote OriGene's clone technology.

 

Financial details of the deal were not disclosed.

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