NEW YORK, Jan. 7 — San Diego-based GeneFormatics said Monday that it would collaborate with Bristol-Myers Squibb to develop nuclear magnetic resonance software for high-throughput analysis of 3-D protein structures. The partnership also cross-licenses both companies' NMR software.

 

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