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Ariadne Licenses PathwayStudio to Belgian Pharma UCB

NEW YORK, Jan. 11 (GenomeWeb News) - Ariadne Genomics has licensed its PathwayStudio software to UCB, a Belgian biopharmaceutical company, Ariadne said today.


UCB will use Pathway Studio for its research on nervous system disorders, allergy and respiratory diseases, immune and inflammatory disorders, and oncology, Ariadne said.


The PathwayStudio package comes with Ariadne's ResNet database of 500,000 functional relationships and MedScan modules for automatic extraction of information from scientific literature, the company said.


Financial details were not discussed.

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