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By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – KeyGene and the National Center for Genome Resources, located in San Jose, NM, have inked a non-exclusive license agreement giving NCGR rights to market and conduct sequence-based mapping projects using KeyGene's Whole Genome Profiling (WGP) technology.

NCGR will combine its sequencing and informatics capabilities with the WGP technology, which is based on generating short read sequences of pooled BAC clones produced by KeyGene's partner Amplicon Express.

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