NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Sage Labs today said that it has partnered with Cofactor Genomics to begin offering RNA sequencing services.

St. Louis-based Sage said that it will offer the services as part of its SAGEspeed Custom Model Creation Platform. The firm currently uses zinc finger nuclease and CRISPR/cas9 technology to generate genetically modified mice, rats, and rabbits, and now will be able to provide gene expression profiles on the resulting animal models, it said.

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