Motorola a Match for Incyte Content
Incyte Genomics licensed its portfolio of proprietary gene sequences to Motorola's BioChip Systems division, which will use the information to make bioarrays for gene expression, SNP scoring, genotyping, and protein expression. In addition, Motorola software will enable users to click through to Incyte's Web site for the purchase of additional gene sequence information and reagents, a much-needed boost to Incyte's attempts to direct researchers to its Web-based genomics database.
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