Qiagen, GeneArt Add Insect, Mammalian Synthetic Genes to Marketing Collaboration | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GeneArt said today it has extended its strategic collaboration with Qiagen to include the sale of synthetic genes optimized for mammalian and insect cells online through Qiagen’s GeneGlobe web portal.
 
GeneArt said it will optimize and synthesize the QIAgenes, which will be aimed at customers in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries and academia.
 

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