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This story has been updated from a previous version. NEW YORK, Jan 26 – Myriad Genetics and Switzerland-based Syngenta have completed the sequencing of the rice genome, the second larges

WASHINGTON, Jan 25 - The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has announced the sequencing of a strain of Escherichia coli bacteria responsible for deadly outbreaks of food poisoning.

This article has been updated from a previous version. N EW YORK, Jan 25 – In a combined effort to target microarrays users, Protogene Laboratories and Silicon Genetics have agreed to co-market Protogene's custom DNA microarrays and Si

NEW YORK, Jan 25 – Structural Bioinformatics said Thursday that it had reached a deal to “elucidate” protein structures for The RW Johnson Pharmaceutical Research Institute, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. “We are extremely pleased to begin a relationship with The R.W.

NEW YORK, Jan 25 – Buoyed by strong sales of its sequencing and mass spectrometry systems, Applied Biosystems reported Thursday revenues of $411 million in fiscal second quarter 2000, a 22 percent increase over revenues of $335.

NEW YORK, Jan 25 – Claiming victory in their DNA microarray patent disputes with Affymetrix, both Incyte and Hyseq said Thursday the US District Court for the Northern District of California narrowly interpreted Affymetrix

NEW YORK, Jan 25 –- Celera said Thursday its second quarter fiscal 2001revenues surged to $20.3 million from $8.3 million in the year-ago period as the company continued to rack up one new commercial and three new academic subscribers.

NEW YORK, Jan 24 – Structural Genomix said Wednesday it has made two high-profile hires, naming Janice Culpepper, a senior technology executive at Millennium

This article has been updated from a previous version NEW YORK, Jan 24 - Agilent has licensed its custom in situ DNA microarrays to Applied Biosystems under a technology access agreement, t

WASHINGTON, Jan 24 – In order to realize the promise of genomics, the government will have to step up funding, the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology said Wednesday in a statement upo

NEW YORK, Jan 24 – Lion Bioscience has released ArrayScout 2.0, an updated version of its gene expression data analysis system, a

This article has been updated from a previous version. NEW YORK, Jan 24 – Deltagen has licensed Aurora Biosciences’ green fluorescent protein technology for use in transgenic organisms,

NEW YORK, Jan 23 – Phase-1 Molecular Toxicology, a privately held Santa Fe, N.M.–based toxicogenomics company, said Tuesday it has signed an agreement to sell Axon Instruments’ GenePx 4000B microarray scanner along with its toxicogenomic and toxicoproteomic mic

NEW YORK, Jan 23 – Entigen and the South African National Bioinformatics Institute are collaborating to develop Clusterall, a group of genome datasets that will show which genes are expressed or turned off under which conditions, the organizations

NEW YORK, Jan 23 – Biobase, the Braunschweig, Germany-based developer of the Transfac database of transcription factors, is now planning to add SNP gene regulation data to its repertoire, the company said Tuesday.

NEW YORK, Jan 23 – DoubleTwist has signed an agreement with Genomatix Software, in which Genomatix will integrate its gene promoter software into Doubletwist’s genome database and Doubletwist will exclusively distribute the combined product, the companies annou

NEW YORK, Jan 23 - LifeSpan BioSciences of Seattle said Tuesday it has licensed its G protein coupled receptor expression and location database to Merck.

NEW YORK, Jan 23 – Heeding customer requests, Gene Logic has decided to include Silicon Genetics’ GeneSpring gene express

BALTIMORE, Jan 22 - The interest that President George W.

NEW YORK, Jan 22 – The Nasdaq said Monday it had slashed the number of companies it would include in its biotechnology index from 202 to 76, including a number of genomics companies that recently raised tens of millions of dollars last year but have since seen their share prices fall.

NEW YORK, Jan 22 – Six days after announcing a major merger that expands its range of technology

NEW YORK, Jan 22 – Beckman Coulter has signed an agreement to distribute Biopool International- Xtrana's DNA extraction kits with its instrument systems, the companies announced Monday.

NEW YORK, Jan 22 – The bioinstrumentation sector is forecast to grow 15 percent this year to $4.3 billion, Strategic Directions International, a market research

WASHINGTON, Jan 22 – The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has put out a call for bids for a 5-year, approximately $25 million contract to establish a Pathogen Functional Genomics Resource Center as part of

NEW YORK, Jan 19 – NetGenics laid off 29 people, or nearly 30% of its 100-person work force, as a result of the company’s inability to launch its initial public offering due to poor market conditions, NetGenics CEO Manuel Glynias said Friday. “We haven’

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Researchers have sequenced the northern white rhinoceros to gauge whether it could be brought back from the edge of extinction, the New York Times reports.

Bavaria expands its forensic genetic analyses to include DNA phenotyping, raising discrimination concerns.

Tufts University researchers found a role for miRNA in transmitting stress between generations, the Economist reports.

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