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Chiron Licenses Pipeline Pilot from SciTegic

NEW YORK, July 28 - Informatics software company SciTegic said today that it has sold a multi-user license for its Pipeline Pilot workflow management software to Chiron.

 

The pharmaceutical firm has deployed the software, which links various data sources and software tools into computational protocols, to help with compound library acquisition and activity modeling for its high-throughput screening efforts, SciTegic said.

 

Chiron purchased a license for multiple internal users, as well as for the SciTegic Web interface, which allows additional users to access and execute data processing protocols remotely.

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