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Alpha Gene Licenses Genetics Institute's DiscoverEase Library

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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.

Under terms of the agreement, the genes and proteins licensed by Alphagene will be integrated into DiscoverEase and made available to program participants under the standard DiscoverEase terms.

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