NEW YORK, Sept 18 – Bioinformatics company Informax of Rockville, Md., said Monday it had released version 3.0 of Genomax, a software package that includes modules for sequence analysis, gene expression analysis, and 3-dimensional protein structure.

The software, which is geared to help pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to integrate vast amounts of data, is designed for a multi-user environment. The software employs Oracle relational databases as well as a Java-based graphical user interface.

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