NEW YORK, July 9 - Sequenom has agreed to exclusively license HiberGen's SNaPIT genotyping technology for use with its MassArray mass spectrometry platform, the companies said Monday.

The license will allow San Diego-based Sequenom to develop and commercialize reagents and software for the MassArray system using HiberGen's technology. In return, Sequenom will pay HiberGen a license fee and royalties from sales of any SNaPIT-related products that Sequenom develops.

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