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Applied InSilico to Provide Computational Analysis Services to Oxford Gene Technology

NEW YORK, Nov. 21 (GenomeWeb News) - Applied InSilico will provide computational analysis services to Oxford Gene Technology under a development agreement, Oxford Gene Technology said today.


AI will use its Evolutionary Learning Environment software to analyze data generated from OGT's microarray technology and services.


Under the agreement, the two companies will collaborate on other projects to develop new life science research products and services, such as predictive diagnostics and intelligent medical devices.


Financial details were not disclosed.

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