NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — A South American effort to create a database of sequence data from the continent’s “vast biodiversity” will use CLC Bio’s software, data analysis tools, training, and other services, the company said today.
 
Under a commercial agreement, the Genomic Heritage and Local Wisdom project, or PGSL, will include universities and government agencies from all over South America to harvest and preserve genomic data from “ancient and traditional therapeutic healthcare substances,” the company said.
 

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