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Inpharmatica Licenses Biopendium Database to Fifth Japanese Customer

NEW YORK, Nov. 30 (GenomeWeb News) - Inpharmatica has sold an online subscription to its Biopendium protein-annotation database to Shionogi of Japan, the company said today.


The subscription, the fifth to a Japanese customer, was sold through PharmaDesign, Inpharmatica's sales and marketing partner in Japan.


Biopendium, the protein annotation component of Inpharmatica's PharmaCarta platform, provides sequence annotation for over 150 organisms. The company recently added a microarray analysis module.

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