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Purely Proteins Licenses Database to Cytomyx

NEW YORK, Dec. 12-The British company Purely Proteins has licensed its gene and protein database to Cytomyx, the company said today.


Cytomyx obtained a license to use the TargetBASE Plus database for data regarding G-protein coupled receptors.


Purely Proteins' databases include both public and proprietary information about proteins, targets and ligands. Its TargetBASE database includes nucleotide, EST, and protein information organized in gene families. The company is based in Cambridge, UK.


Cytomyx develops gene- and protein-based tools for pharmaceutical research. It is also based in Cambridge.

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