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NEW YORK, July 17 – Compugen licensed its Gencarta database of annotated genomic, transcription, and proteomic data to the Japanese pharmaceutical company Kyowa-Hakko Kogyo, the companies announced Tuesday.

The license, which includes access to human, mice, and rat data, is for two years and is an all-cash agreement with payments up-front each year, said Eli Mintz, president of Compugen. The company would not disclose the license fee.

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