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LabBook, Nerac Partner to Deliver More Information to Researchers

NEW YORK, Sept 28 – Bioinformatics company LabBook said Thursday it had formed a strategic partnership with Nerac to provide researchers with access to more than 21,000 journals, patents, and specialized scientific databases.

LabBook has developed search engines and software, including an XML browser that queries, manages, and visualizes heterogeneous genomic data, while Nerac maintains a wide-range of research resources for a number of different industries.

“By forming this strategic partnership both Nerac and LabBook will expand their reach into the life science and drug discovery community," Kevin Bouley, president of Nerac, said in a statement. " LabBook's enabling tools and multiple search engines, coupled with our databases, will enhance the certainty of discovery."

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

LabBook is based in McLean, Va., and Columbus, Ohio. Nerac is based in Tolland, Conn.

 

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