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InforSense Donates KDE Software to Shanghai for SARS Research

NEW YORK, May 8 - InforSense today said it has donated to the Shanghai government its discovery informatics platform together with a "range" of life-science applications to help it discover a SARS vaccine.
 
The donation includes InforSense's Kensington Discovery Edition enterprise discovery platform, deployment tools, and domain applications, InforSense said. 

 

The software, will be installed at the Shanghai Center for Bioinformation Technology, which   comprises InforSense's new GeneSense ontology-based genomics data-interpretation technology, which was co-developed by InforSense and Affibody.

 

GenomeWeb/Newsletters' coverage of SARS  

 

CombiMatrix Develops siRNA to Target SARS Virus (May 7, 2003)

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Focus Tech Claims First RT-PCR SARS Diagnostic (May 5, 2003)

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Roche to Launch RT-PCR-based SARS Diagnostic by July (April 28, 2003)

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Singapore Genome Institute Joins SARS Sequencing Fray (April 16, 2003)

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CDC Completes SARS Virus Genome Draft On Heels of Canadian Team  (April 14, 2003)

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The Scan

Missed Early Cases

A retrospective analysis of blood samples suggests early SARS-CoV-2 infections may have been missed in the US, the New York Times reports.

Limited Journal Editor Diversity

A survey finds low diversity among scientific and medical journal editors, according to The Scientist.

How Much of a Threat?

Science writes that need for a provision aimed at shoring up genomic data security within a new US bill is being questioned.

PNAS Papers on Historic Helicobacter Spread, Brain Development, C. difficile RNAs

In PNAS this week: Helicobacter genetic diversity gives insight into human migrations, gene expression patterns of brain development, and more.