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Bioalma Licenses Bioinformatics Tool to EMBL

NEW YORK, Sept. 6 (GenomeWeb News) - Bioalma has licensed its almaKnowledgeServer biological text-mining and data storage software to the European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Bioalma said today.


In addition, Bioalma and EMBL will jointly tailor the software to the specific needs of EMBL, Bioalma said.


The almaKnowledgeServer uses text mining to annotate and detect biological entities in documents, and stores the annotated documents in a biological knowledge base.


Financial details were not disclosed.

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