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GenoLogics to Distribute Open Software from ISB as Part of its Data Management Platform

NEW YORK, May 20 (GenomeWeb News) - GenoLogics will provide open source software from the Institute of Systems Biology as part of its ProteusLIMS lab information management system for proteomics, the Victoria, Canada-based company said today.

 

Under the agreement, GenoLogics will try to enhance the functionality and usability of ISB's open source tools for genomics, proteomics, and high-speed cell sorting, as well as integrate them with its platform, ProteusLIMS, and support them.

 

ISB plans to extend the relationship as it develops new bioinformatics tools and GenoLogics extends its LIMS platform into systems biology.

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