Biobase to Curate Integrated Genomics' ERGO Database | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Biobase will curate and expand Integrated Genomics' ERGO database of microbial genomics information under a collaboration agreement, the companies said yesterday.
Biobase staffers based in Bangalore, India, will add manually curated functional gene annotations and pathways to the ERGO database, which currently holds more than 3.1 million non-redundant gene sequences from more than 1,200 microbial genomes and around 6,300 biological pathways.

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