NEW YORK, May 17 – Pangene, a Fremont, Calif. pharmaceutical and genomics services company, announced on Monday the launch of DirectGenomics, its genomics web portal for cloning and gene expression screening. 

Customers can use the web portal to supply gene sequence information to Pangene. The company then uses this information to produce full-length cDNA gene clones that it delivers to the customer via Federal Express, the company said. 

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