Wageningen University Bodies Form Animal-Based Functional-Genomics Partnership | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, March 5 - Greenomics, the sequencing arm of the Plant Research International, and ID-Lelystad, an international research firm, on Tuesday said they hope to use functional genomics and bioinformatics technology to improve veterinary breeding and develop vaccines.


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