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Inpharmatica Licenses Biopendium Database to Chugai Pharmaceutical

NEW YORK, Sept. 20 (GenomeWeb News) - Inpharmatica, through its partner PharmaDesign, has licensed its Biopendium database to Chugai Pharmaceutical of Japan, the company said today.

 

Chugai decided to take an online subscription to Biopendium, the protein annotation component of Inpharmatica's PharmaCarta platform. Biopendium provides sequence annotations for over 150 organisms.

 

Chugai is the fourth Japanese subscriber to Biopendium, according to London-based Inpharmatica.

The Scan

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