NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Synthetic Genomics and Gen9 today announced a licensing deal. 

The agreement provides Gen9 a non-exclusive worldwide license to SGI's Febit intellectual property estate. The technology, purchased in 2012 by SGI from Febit Holding, comprises three families of patents and patent applications covering synthetic genomic methods. They include methods for highly parallelized, low-cost oligonucleotide synthesis and retrieval of sequence-validated DNA. SGI has been using the technology to develop gene synthesis applications. 

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