BASF invests $66 million in venture with U.S. firm

Rotman, David
October 1996
Chemical Week;10/30/1996, Vol. 158 Issue 41, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on BASF's agreement to form a joint venture with biotechnology firm Lynx Therapeutics of Hayward, California. BASF's investment in the new company to be called BASF-Lynx Bioscience; Lynx's development of gene sequencing technology that could simultaneously analyze the activity of all the genes of a cell.


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