By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - KeyGene and Biogemma announced today that they will collaborate on data integration and mining of genomics and genetic information for sequence-based plant breeding.

The alliance will combine KeyGene's capabilities in molecular breeding, genomics, and sequence-based molecular analysis with Biogemma's technologies in genomics, functional genomics, and gene-based approaches in field crops.

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