Sankyo of Japan Signs Up for Gene Logic Databases | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 2 - Gene Logic said Monday it had signed Sankyo, Japan’s second-largest pharmaceutical company, as a subscriber to its BioExpress and ToxExpress databases, bringing the total number of subscribers to 16.

Gene Logic did not disclose financial terms of the deal except to say that Sankyo had acquired the right to use the company’s databases and visualization tools throughout its research and development division.

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