NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Gene-IT is changing its name to GenomeQuest, after its core offering, the company said today.
GenomeQuest is a gene sequence search product designed for biologists and IP lawyers. It contains more than 40 million patented sequences, the company said.
Michael McManus, vice president and general manager, said “uniting our product and company names is a natural evolution for our business.”

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