NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Harvard University has granted Golden Helix exclusive rights to its statistical software that analyzes family-based association studies, Golden Helix said today.
 
The worldwide, royalty-bearing license gives Golden Helix the right to use, copy, and make improvements to the PBAT program. The company can also sell licenses for commercial and non-profit research.
 

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