Sigma-Aldrich Taps Ingenuity to Kick Up 'Favorite Gene' Web Search E-Commerce Tool | GenomeWeb
Ingenuity is making good on its name by spearheading one of the first partnerships with a top reagent shop by retooling an existing e-commerce solution.
 
Sigma-Aldrich is using Ingenuity’s pathway analysis knowledgebase to revamp its “My Favorite Gene” web tool. The partnership, announced last week, is a one-year enhancement project that will require approximately five to 10 staff from each company. Further terms of the deal were not disclosed.
 

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