NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Genencor yesterday said it has licensed Integrated Genomics’ bioinformatics software.
 
IG said Genencor, a biotech segment of Danisco A/S that develops enzymes and other bioproducts, will use IG’s ERGO software to “characterize and optimize microbial products used in reducing the environmental impact of the cleaning, textiles and oil industries.”
 

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