NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – ATCC on Thursday announced a non-exclusive licensing deal to develop, receive, and distribute biological materials containing Promega's labeling technologies.

The materials from ATCC will contain Promega's NanoLuc, GloSensor, and HaloTag technologies, and the deal covers new and existing products.

"Through this trio of new technologies, ATCC is now better able to [access], develop, and distribute novel products, and deliver new services, which will drive biological research," Brian Pollok, president of ATCC, said in a statement.

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