Informatics Infrastructure Consortium Unveils Demo Protocol | GenomeWeb

SAN DIEGO, June 26 – The Interoperable Informatics Infrastructure Consortium (I3C) unveiled its first demonstration of a working protocol Tuesday at the BIO 2001 Conference.

The XML-driven format allowed the exchange and analysis of sequence data across 10 different organizations’ products. I3C views the demonstration as a bridge to the next step to defining components needed for a more general open architecture.

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