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ShrimpEX Biotech Services Taps DNAStar's Lasergene for Genome Analysis

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DNAStar said this week that ShrimpEX Biotech Services, an Indian biotechnology company, has selected its Lasergene software for sequence assembly and analysis.

An unnamed ShrimpEX representative said in a statement that the firm selected Lasergene because it is "flexible enough to support a wide variety of different workflows." He also said "we were impressed with the capabilities of DNAStar['s] software, and we believe that allowing our staff to have virtually unlimited access to these tools will be instrumental to the success and growth of our business."

The financial terms of the arrangement were not disclosed.

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