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Inpharmatica and Ingenuity Pen Co-Marketing Alliance

NEW YORK, March 20 (GenomeWeb News) - Inpharmatica and Ingenuity Systems today said they have penned a co-marketing alliance for their drug-discovery tools.


Terms of the agreement call for Inpharmatica to co-market its Blu-Chip probe-to-protein assignment module with Ingenuity's Pathway Analysis.

 

The alliance will enable researchers to move through two steps of analysis: probe assignment and protein network analysis, the companies said.

 

Details were not disclosed.

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