FEATURE: Software Vendors Hungry for a Piece of the Burgeoning Bioinformatics Consulting Market | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, June 1 - In recent months, a number of bioinformatics software vendors have expanded their business models to include consulting services. Since March, InforMax, Pharmacopeia’s Accelrys software subsidiary, and NuGenesis Technologies have added a consulting practice to their offerings.

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