Alpha Gene Licenses Genetics Institute's DiscoverEase Library | GenomeWeb

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--Genetics Institute, a biopharmaceutical firm and wholly owned subsidiary of American Home Products here, announced that Alpha Gene has exclusively licensed for inclusion and expression in Genetics Institute's DiscoverEase library its full-length, novel, human genes encoding secreted proteins.

"AlphaGene's technology for isolating genes encoding secreted proteins fits naturally with Genetic Institute's DiscoverEase initiative," said Gregory Abbott, acting president and CEO of Alphagene.

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