NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Ingenuity Systems and Sigma-Aldrich plan to co-develop a tailored search capability based on Ingenuity’s database of biological networks with the aim of expanding Sigma customers’ web-based shopping options, Sigma said today.
 
Specifically, the deal calls for Sigma-Aldrich to “leverage Ingenuity's knowledge base and integrate its search technology into Sigma-Aldrich's life science product portfolio,” Sigma said
 

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