ArQule Subscribes to Structural Bioinformatics Protein Structure Database | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, March 8 – ArQule has subscribed to Structural Bioinformatics’ protein structure database, the companies said Thursday.

The database, known as ProMax, contains multiple families of computationally-derived three-dimensional protein structures. ArQule, in Woburn, Mass., will use the structural information to help identify potential drug targets.

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