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Harvard Institute of Proteomics to Integrate NextGen's Software with Clone Database

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - NextGen Sciences said today it is collaborating with the Harvard Institute of Proteomics to integrate its information-management software with the institute’s clone database.
 
Under the collaboration, NextGen and the institute will combine the company’s OrchestratorIMS software with the clone database. This will enable Harvard’s researchers to design research programs and implement them on NextGen’s ExpressionWorkstation platform, a system that tracks sequences, samples, reagents, and biomaterials and automatically sends work schedules to laboratory robotics.
 
Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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