NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Sigma-Aldrich said today that it will make and market oligonucleotides developed by Polyplus-transfection, a Strasbourg, France-based firm, under a new worldwide license agreement.

The agreement covers Polyplus-transfection's Zip Nucleic Acid (ZNA) oligonucleotides, which are designed for use in research and diagnostic applications.

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