FEATURE: Bio-, Chem-informatics Merging in Race for New Drugs | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Oct 30 - For years bioinformaticists and cheminformaticists inhabited distinct realms of the scientific universe. But over the past year, a handful of companies have announced mergers, acquisitions, and partnerships that indicate that these walls are coming down.

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