LONDON, Nov. 7 - Inpharmatica and Celera Genomics said Wednesday that they had agreed to jointly develop a new database that would offer structural information about the human and mouse proteins contained in the Celera Discovery System.

Under the terms of the deal, Inpharmatica, which currently markets protein structure data through its Biopendium database, said it would use its bioinformatics tools to generate structural information from the human and mouse sequences Celera has decoded.

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