Compugen to Make Databases Available Through Gencarta Platform | GenomeWeb

MIAMI, Sept 14 - Compugen (Nasdaq: CGEN) of Tel Aviv, Israel announced Thursday the launch of Gencarta, a platform that provides access to the company's proprietary annotated genome, transcriptome and proteome databases.

Users of Gencarta will be able to query and browse the genome and gain access to the data on a variety of levels, the company said in a statement.

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