NEW YORK, May 30 – LabBook said Wednesday that it had signed an agreement to provide its XML browser to Bristol-Myers Squibb.

Under the terms of the deal, LabBook will customize its Genomic XML Browser to allow Bristol-Myers Squibb researchers to access, visualize, and annotate information stored in their Accelrys GCG SeqStore database.

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