NEW YORK, Feb 21 – Scimagix, a Redwood Shores, Calif.-based bioinformatics company, said Wednesday it had agreed to serve as a reseller of Compugen’s Z3 system, which is used for analyzing 2-D electrophoresis gels.

Scimagix said it would sell Z3 along with its Scientific Image Management System, which stores, retrieves, and analyzes protein images. Scimagix and Compugen of Tel Aviv have also agreed to work together to integrate their products.

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