Pyrosequencing, Mosaic Enter Cross-Licensing Deal | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, March 20 – Pyrosequencing of Uppsala Sweden and Mosaic Technologies said Tuesday they had signed a cross-licensing agreement for access to their complementary DNA sequencing technologies.

Under the terms of the deal, Pyrosequencing will have co-exclusive rights to Mosaic's fluorescent detection technology. In exchange, Mosaic will have access to Pyrosequencing's “sequencing by synthesis” technology to use in combination with its "sequencing on amplified polony array" technology.

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