NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Researchers at The University of Iowa will use DNAStar's Lasergene sequence analysis software under a new four-year site license agreement, the Madison, Wis.-based company said today.

All of the researchers at the school's Iowa City campus will have access to the Lasergene v8.1 software, which may be used in analysis of next-generation sequence data, gene discovery and analysis, simultaneous examination of SNPs from multiple samples, and other features.

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