NEW YORK, July 10 - TurboGenomics and Entropia will collaborate to deliver high-performance sequence comparison analysis on large enterprise networks, the companies said Tuesday.

Entropia, of San Diego, will combine its PC-based distributed computer platform with New Haven-based TurboGenomics' TurboBLAST sequence comparison tool. The companies anticipate the product will be available by the third quarter of 2001.

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