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BioBase, InforSense Partner on Software, Database Offerings

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Life science informatics developer BioBase said today that it will partner with InforSense to offer its products with the InforSense workflow platform.
 
Under the agreement, both companies’ customers will have access to BioBase’s Knowledge Library products, including Transfac, Transpath, and Proteome, on the InforSense platform.  InforSense also will make its ExPlain application available for use in high-throughput gene expression data research and in biomarker discovery.
 
BioBase EVP Frank Schacherer said the mutual product offerings will help BioBase customers integrate data content and tools into their infrastructure for use in their daily research.

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