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InforMax Licenses Vector, Xpression Tools to Two Kentucky Universities

NEW YORK, June 27 - InforMax has licensed its Vector NTI and Xpression NTI platforms to the University of Louisville and the University of Kentucky, the firm said today.


The site licenses, which will also make the tools available to the schools' 10 affiliated institutions, was struck in part to help streamline the Kentucky Biomedical Research Information Network, a federally funded project.


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