NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Institute for Systems Biology has licensed GeneGo’s MetaCore software and its 1-2-3 Workflow, the company said today.
 
Under the deal, all of ISB’s research staff will use the pathway-analysis and systems-biology tools at the facility’s labs in Seattle.
 
GeneGo also said it will collaborate with ISB on “several research projects,” and said Metacore will be integrated with Cytoscape, an open-source visualization software supported by ISB.
 

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