NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Biobase will integrate imaGene’s molecular resources, including full open reading frame clones, into its biological databases, the firms announced today.
 
Under the agreement, Biobase has integrated direct links from imaGene’s research tools into the gene and protein report pages of its Transfac, Transpath, and Proteome databases. Biobase’s database customers will now have access to imaGenes’ clones, including those from the International ORFeome Collaboration, Genecopoeia, and Life Technologies.

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