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Core Life Distributing Biogazelle qPCR Software in California

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Core Life Sciences announced this week that it and Biogazelle have reached an agreement to distribute Biogazelle's qbase+ software in California.

qbase+ is for the analysis of data from qPCR-based research. The product provides for normalization, quality control, and inter-run calibration in one software package. It can be used for experiments including mRNA gene expression profiling, mRNA gene expression analysis, miRNA profiling studies, miRNA validation studies, gene copy number analysis, and geNorm pilot studies for identifying stably expressed reference genes, Belgium-based Biogazelle said on its website.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Core Life Sciences is based in Laguna Niguel, Calif., and distributes products and provides services to the life science research market.

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