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NEW YORK – DNA Script, a company developing benchtop DNA synthesis technology, today announced an exclusive licensing agreement for Baseclick's chemistry for printing modified DNA.

So-called "Click" chemistry allows dyes, quenchers, proteins, sugars and other modifications to be added to biomolecules, including nucleic acids. The terms of the agreement allow DNA Script to sell reagent kits with this technology, enabling customers to modify nucleic acids printed on DNA Script's Syntax benchtop system. Financial and other details were not disclosed.

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