MIAMI, Sept. 14 – The Institute for Computational Genomics (INCOGEN) of Clemson, SC, said Thursday it has set an Oct. 31 release date for its new sequence analysis pipeline builder software, called VIBE (Visual Integrated Bioinformatics Environment).

The software, which was developed in collaboration with TimeLogic of Incline Village, Nev., will sell for $100,000.

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