NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The European Molecular Biology Laboratory will use DNAStar's next-generation sequencing assembly platform at its Heidelberg, Germany, facility through the expansion of an earlier agreement, the company said today.

Under the site license agreement, the lab will use the SeqMan NGen tool with the company’s LaserGene software, covered under a multi-network agreement, for "a range of projects using multiple sequencing platforms," said Madison, Wis.-based DNAStar.

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