NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Integrated Genomics said today that it will sequence and annotate the genome of a dairy lactic acid bacterium for the European dairy cooperative Arla Foods.
 
Scientists at Arla, which operates in Sweden and Denmark, will use the sequence data with Integrated Genomics’ ERGO bioinformatics platform to help develop lactic acid bacteria for use in dairy products such as cheese, milk, and butter.
 

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