NEW YORK, Dec 22 - Gene Logic and Procter & Gamble have forged an extended
collaboration agreement, the companies announced Friday. Gene Logic will build a custom database that combines the pharmaceutical company's proprietary data with the gene expression information in Gene Logic's GeneExpress suite of databases, and
Proctor & Gamble will provide Gene Logic with normal and diseased human heart tissue for inclusion in GeneExpress.

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