NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — Zymo Research and CosmosID announced today that they have agreed to combine their respective technologies into a single product offering for microbiome analysis.

Under the terms of the deal, the firms will join Zymo's microbiome research portfolio — which includes tools for sample collection/preservation, nucleic acid isolation, and library preparation, as well as mock microbial community standards — with CosmosID's curated microbiome database.

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