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Thomson Reuters and GenomeQuest announce partnership

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Thomson Reuters and GenomeQuest have announced new partnership to integrate Thomson Reuters patent sequence data in Geneseq with the GenomeQuest IP discovery tools. The product combination provides intellectual property professionals and scientists with online, interactive access to an up-to-date, comprehensive source of biological sequence information.

Geneseq is a database from Thomson Reuters containing more than 29 million patented biological sequences, from more than 150,000 unique patents across the global patent issuing authorities. Now, in addition to text file FTP access, Geneseq can be accessed alongside GenomeQuest GQ-Pat, a complementary source of patented sequences, to offer an extensive repository for patent sequence information. This information, delivered through GenomeQuest's secure internet subscription service, offers users the potential to quickly and accurately discover comprehensive biological sequence information incorporated in patents and make faster and more reliable business decisions.