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SGI Japan Forms Genomic Database Partnership With Xanagen

NEW YORK, Dec. 29 (GenomeWeb News) - SGI Japan and Japanese Bio company Xanagen have formed a microbial genome database strategic alliance, Japan Corporate News Network reported last week.

 

Under the deal, the companies will combine Xanagen's XanaGenome integrated database with SGI's PDFAMS Base protein structure database, said JCNN.

 

Additional details were not available.

The Scan

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