Genedata and Schering Expand Collaboration | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Jan. 14 (GenomeWeb News) -- Genedata and Schering today announced an expansion of their four-year drug discovery collaboration.

 

Schering is extending its license for Expressionist, Genedata's computational system for large-scale gene expression analysis, and will integrate and expand it across several of its corporate sites. Genedata will provide consulting services and the two companies will construct a custom database system.

 

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