NetGenics Rolls Out Phase Two of DiscoveryCenter for Schering | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Oct. 15 – NetGenics has completed the second phase of its DiscoveryCenter database build-out for Schering and its US subsidiary Berlex Laboratories, the company said on Monday.

The three-part implementation, scheduled to close around February 2002, provides a single point of access to curated and annotated gene-sequence and -expression data for Schering’s R&D scientists, according to NetGenics CEO Manual Glynias. 

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