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Nonlinear Dynamics, GenoLogics Partner On Protein Informatics

NEW YORK, Nov. 3 (GenomeWeb News) - Nonlinear Dynamics and GenoLogics Life Sciences Software have formed a collaboration to develop a fully integrated protein informatics solution.

 

The firms intend to integrate Nonlinear Dynamics' analysis and data mining expertise with GenoLogics' laboratory information management system, the firms said in a press release issued today. Terms of the alliance were not disclosed.

 

Nonlinear Dynamics has developed ProMST, a system used for 2D gel-based sample and experimental data entry, mining stored analysis results and linking mass spec-based protein identities to 2D gel-based data. GenoLogics makes the ProteusLIMS, a proteomics-based laboratory information management system.

 

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