NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – NRGene announced today that it will collaborate with Illumina and Monsanto on agriculture projects using its genome assembly and analysis technologies.

NRGene will work with Illumina to sequence and assemble the genomes of different cattle breeds in order to better understand genetic variation across all breeds, and to advance development of new commercial tools that can be used for genomic selection and other genomic technologies in cattle.

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