In Shift to Drugs after Ocimum Deal, Gene Logic Plans Name Change | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Gene Logic said today it plans to change its name to Ore Pharmaceuticals in order to better express its drug repositioning identity now that it has agreed to sell its genomics business to Ocimum Biosolutions.
 
The company said two weeks ago it plans to sell its genomics assets to Ocimum for $10 million as it completes its restructuring into the pharmaceuticals field.
 

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