Japan Patent Office Chooses TimeLogic Bioinformatics Solution | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 15 - The Japan Patent office has signed a contract to implement TimeLogic's DeCypher bioinformatics system for scanning public genetic databases and searching for prior art sequence information in patent applications, TimeLogic and its Japanese partner InfoCom said today.

 

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