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Pasteur Institute to Use Genome Express Platform for Bacterial Genomics Research

NEW YORK, July 27 (GenomeWeb News) - Genome Express said today that the Pasteur Institute will use its functional genomics platform for research in bacterial genomics.


The genomic services company, based in Grenoble, France, said that the agreement provides the Pasteur Institute with a "range of tools" under "special access terms," but did not provide further details.


Genome Express and the Pasteur Institute may also co-develop future products and services, the company said.

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