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Geneva Bioinformatics Hires Infocom to Sell SIB Tools in Japan

NEW YORK, Sept. 24 - Geneva Bioinformatics today said it has tapped Infocom to distribute its SIB database in Japan.

 

The SIB database includes the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics' Swiss-Prot, Prosite, and Swiss-2DPage technologies. According to GeneBio, which has had exclusive rights since 1998 to sell technology developed at the SIB, has "collaborated" with Infocom for the past three years.

 

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The Scan

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