NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – KeyGene announced today that it has signed new collaboration agreements with Phenome Networks and the University of Minnesota, and that it has extended its existing partnership with Genalice.

KeyGene and the University of Minnesota said that they have entered a strategic licensing agreement which allows UMN to offer KeyGene’s Sequence-Based Genotyping, and associated genomics services to the academic community and to industry.

KeyGene's SBG technology allows for genome-wide SNP discovery and genotyping for improvement of crops in a single experiment.

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