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Sigma® Life Science and King's College London Co-Developing miRNA Target Identification Technology
Date:5/5/2011

Aldrich. "We believe that the exclusive license agreement will allow Sigma Life Science and King's College London to work closely together to ensure rapid development of this technology for the benefit of the research community, and underlines our commitment to accelerating scientific discovery through innovative technology."

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