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AstraZeneca Expands Licensing Deal With InforSense for KDE Software

NEW YORK, Dec. 15 (GenomeWeb News) - InforSense and AstraZeneca have extended a previously existing licensing agreement, the firms said today.


As part of a new multi-year global licensing deal, scientists at AstraZeneca R&D sites will use InforSense's workflow-based integrative analytics software, InforSense KDE, in their core drug-discovery programs. 


AstraZeneca has used InforSense technology since 2001, the companies said.  The new deal expands access to InforSense KDE across AstraZeneca's R&D organization for integrative biology, chemistry, and text-mining applications. 


Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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