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Life Technologies Teams With Genoscope to Develop Full-Length Human Genes


ROCKVILLE, Md.--Life Technologies here and Genoscope, a public research institute and genome sequencing center in Evry, France, announced that together they will develop a collection of full-length human genes and make them publicly available to the international research community. Life Technologies will provide its full-length cDNA library and normalization technology, and Genoscope will employ its automated sequencing capability.

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