Skip to main content
Premium Trial:

Request an Annual Quote

Agilent to Embed Accelrys' Pipeline Pilot in OpenLAB Software Under OEM Deal

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Accelrys and Agilent said today that they have signed an original equipment manufacturer agreement that will allow Agilent to distribute an embedded version of Accelrys' SciTegic Pipeline Pilot workflow software with its own OpenLAB enterprise content management software.
 
Agilent expects to have a commercial version of the Accelrys software, called Embedded Pipeline Pilot, available in the first half of the year.
 
The OEM deal builds upon a resale agreement the companies signed last fall under which Accelrys has been reselling Agilent's OpenLAB, Kalabie electronic lab notebook, and GeneSpring gene-expression analysis software, while Agilent has been selling Accelrys’ Accord cheminformatics solutions and Pipeline Pilot.
 
Financial terms of the OEM agreement were not provided.
 

The Scan

Long COVID-19 Susceptibility Clues Contained in Blood Plasma Proteome

A longitudinal study in eBioMedicine found weeks-long blood plasma proteome shifts after SARS-CoV-2 infection, along with proteomic signatures that appeared to coincide with long Covid risk.

Tibetan Study Finds Adaptive Variant Influencing Skin Pigmentation

With a combination of phenotyping and genetic data, researchers document at PNAS a Tibetan-enriched enhancer variant influencing melanin synthesis and ultraviolet light response.

Domestication Linked to Nervous System Genes in Inbred Mouse Strains

Researchers highlighted more than 300 positively selected genes in domesticated mice, including genes linked to nervous system function or behavior in Genome Biology.

ALS Genetic Testing May Be Informative Across Age Ranges, Study Finds

Researchers in the journal Brain identified clinically actionable variants in a significant subset of older ALS patients, prompting them to point to the potential benefits of broader test use.