NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) - InforSense and GenomeQuest have agreed to integrate their software and database products to help customers analyze and share data in different domains, InforSense said today.
 
As part of the agreement, GenomeQuest has joined the InforSense Open Workflow Partner Network.
 
GenomeQuest's platform is used for analyzing sequence-based biological and patent content from private and public resources, while InforSense offers a workflow-based analytic technology.
 

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