NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Life Technologies and Febit jointly announced today that they have signed a co-marketing deal, under which the firms will offer Febit's HybSelect sequence capture technology with Life Tech's SOLiD sequencing system.

The firms said that the alliance is aimed at researchers conducting targeted resequencing studies.

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