Rosetta to Get $15M from Monsanto in Gene Expression Deal | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Nov 28 –Rosetta Inpharmatics said Tuesday that it has entered a three-year deal to provide Monsanto with crop gene expression data.

The collaboration, which follows a pilot agreement between the two companies, is exclusive for the family of crops that includes corn, rice, and wheat.

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