NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Nizo food research and BaseClear today announced an agreement aimed at microbial genomics research. 

The companies will combine BaseClear's genomic facilities and expertise with Nizo's knowledge about bacterial genetics and bioinformatics analysis to help customers choose microorganisms for industrial applications and conduct projects more cost effectively, they said. The solution will enable industry and academic researchers to get faster and more accurate data with integrated statistics and visualization, resulting in accelerated R&D. 

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