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Protein Lounge, OmniViz to Bundle Certain of Their Technologies

NEW YORK, Sept. 14 (GenomeWeb News) - Protein Lounge, a provider of biological pathways, and bioinformatics company OmniViz intend to bundle Protein Lounge content within the OmniViz Pathway Enterprise software, the companies said today.

Terms of the agreement also make OmniViz the exclusive distributor for Protein Lounge's pathway content within informatics software, the firms said.

 

OPE, a pathway display, "provides support for textbook-style drawings, including entities such as cellular components and membranes," according to OmniViz. Protein Lounge, meantime, has more than 300 manually curated cell signaling and biosynthetic pathways.

 

Financial details of the agreement were not disclosed.

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