NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Cellectis Bioresearch today announced a collaboration with Axxam to offer integrated discovery services based on genomic engineering technologies.

According to Cellectis, a genome engineering firm, the collaboration will offer a one-stop shop approach to generating cell-based assays to the life science industry. Cellectis will use its genome engineering methods to modify genes of interest, and then Axxam will apply its expertise and technologies for cell line generation to develop functional cellular assays.

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