NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Bioinformatics software developer Genome Compiler announced on Thursday that it has entered into a collaborative agreement with the non-profit plasmid biorepository Addgene.

Genome Compiler will integrate the Addgene plasmid repository, containing more than 40,000 plasmids, into its computer-aided design tools and collaboration platforms for synthetic biology. The software will allow users to visualize, design, and order plasmids, as well as deposit genetic data to the repository, the firm said in a statement.

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