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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — OnRamp Bioinformatics announced on Wednesday that it has signed an agreement to offer its genomic data analysis software with Active Motif's epigenetics research kits.

Carlsbad, California-based Active Motif offers a range of ChIP-sequencing assays, reagents, and services for use in epigenetic research and drug discovery. Under the terms of the deal, Active Motif customers will be able to interpret their ChIP-seq data using OnRamp's Rosalind genomic data analysis and visualization platform.

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