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Zymark Provides Platforms for Dutch Gene Discovery Collaboration

NEW YORK, Oct. 21-Dyadic International and the Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research will use two Zymark workstations for their eukaryotic gene discovery research collaboration, Zymark said today.


Dyadic is developing an automated system for eukaryotic gene screening, and is working with TNO researchers as part of its efforts to commercialize this system.


The collaborators, based in Zeist, the Netherlands, are using a Zymark Allegro system to produce a library of eukaryotic clones, and a Staccato system to screen the library.


Financial details of this agreement were not revealed.

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