Lynx Therapeutics Targets a Normal Mouse Tissue Sample Database for NIH | GenomeWeb

Lynx Therapeutics has won a contract to create a baseline database of certain normal-state mouse tissues for the US National Institutes of Health.

Last week, the Hayward, Calif.-based company said it had signed an agreement to characterize gene-expression patterns in a large number of common laboratory mouse tissue samples for a consortium of researchers from 11 of the 27 institutes within NIH.


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