NEW YORK, May 1 - Bioinformatics incubator LaunchCyte has agreed to participate in a trial project using Juno Online Services' distributed computing services, the companies said Tuesday.

Juno will begin conducting the pilot project later this quarter using data and algorithms supplied by LaunchCyte, of Pittsburg, Pa. Upon completion, two of LaunchCyte's three development-stage companies will evaluate whether to enter into paid arrangements with Juno for its computing services.

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