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ScienceServe to Distribute Redasoft s Clone Software in Europe

NEW YORK, Feb. 11 - ScienceServe has signed a European distribution agreement for Redasoft's Visual Cloning genetic map drawing and sequence analysis software, Redasoft said today.

 

ScienceServe, based in Pegnitz, Germany, will distribute the software in the German, Swiss, and Austrian markets.

 

Redasoft, of Toronto, has designed Visual Cloning with capabilities for restriction analysis primer design, open reading frame search, advanced restriction analysis, a sequence viewer, and a user interface.

 

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