GenoLogics Sells Informatics Systems to Nevada, Windber Institutes | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GenoLogics has reached a joint development agreement with the University of Nevada and it is collaborating with the Windber Research Institute to develop an integrated platform using the company’s Biomedical Informatics suite, the company said.
 
The company said it is working with the University of Nevada’s Proteomics Center to deploy the Proteus centralized data management system, which enables collaboration through the company’s LabLink communication interface. 
 

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