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GeneData (USA), Inc. Selector for Production Strains Launches at Society for Industrial Microbiology 60th Annual Meeting


8/2/2010 12:01:40 PM

San Francisco, Calif. - August 2, 2010 -- Genedata, a leading provider of advanced software solutions for drug discovery and life science research, today announced Genedata Selectorâ„¢, a new solution for biotechnological strain development in fermentation-based applications. The latest addition to the Genedata portfolio, Genedata Selector is an integrated data management and analysis system specifically for industrial biotechnology R&D. It supports industrial biotechnology production of feed and food additives, fine chemicals, biofuels, and personal care, pharmaceutical, and agrochemical products. Genedata Selector will be featured in poster sessions at the Society for Industrial Microbiology 60th Annual Meeting for which Genedata is a leading sponsor (San Francisco Hyatt Regency Embarcadero; August 1 - 5).

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