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THE WOODLANDS, Texas--DuPont Pharmaceuticals has subscribed to Lexicon Genetic's OmniBank gene sequence database, which includes over 30,000 ES cell clones and a library of mutant mouse clones. Lexicon received a license and certain sublicensing rights to a patented DuPont technology used to create tissue-specific gene knockouts.

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