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National Institute of Animal Biotechnology Adopts DNASTAR Software
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National Institute of Animal Biotechnology Adopts DNASTAR Software

National Institute of Animal Biotechnology Adopts DNASTAR Software
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National Institute of Animal Biotechnology Adopts DNASTAR Software


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DNASTAR has announced that the National Institute of Animal Biotechnology (NIAB) in India has chosen DNASTAR Lasergene software as its primary sequence assembly and analysis software platform for researchers within its organization.

A spokesperson for NIAB said, “With a heavy focus on animal genetic and genomic analysis in our work, we have a need for powerful software capable of handling our genomic data. We have been extremely satisfied with DNASTAR software and support, and we believe that their tools will help us to advance our research. With virtually unlimited access to Lasergene, our scientists now have access to the software necessary to be very successful in their work.”

Tom Schwei, Vice President and General Manager of DNASTAR, stated, “We are pleased to be selected as the genetic and genomic sequence assembly and analysis software of choice by the NIAB. Under this site license agreement, the scientists at the NIAB will be supported by our software tools across the many facets of their work. We are proud to meet their sequence assembly and analysis needs, and we look forward to continuing to meet these needs as we develop our software further in the future.”

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