Tranzyme, Univ. of Utah Collaborate to Develop Gene Libraries | GenomeWeb

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 17 – Tranzyme and the University of Utah Genome Center have collaborated to develop gene libraries, the organizations announced Wednesday.

Birmingham, Ala.-based Tranzyme will use its genomics platform to help build the libraries as it uses the joint project to advance its technologies, used for analysis of gene function, target validation, and assay development, according to the company.

Financial details of the agreement were not disclosed.

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