EraGen Wins $750,000 SBIR Grant to Develop Master Catalog Platform | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Aug. 2 - EraGen Biosciences on Thursday said that it has won a grant worth roughly $750,000 from the National Institutes of Health to develop its Master Catalog functional genomics software platform.  

According to the Madison, Wis.-based company, the Master Catalog combines data mining and analysis tools with a sequence library of 50,000 protein families. It is one of several platforms that EraGen markets in its Firebird system.

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