NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The University of California, Berkeley, will use GeneGo’s MetaCore and MetaDrug software as part of the coursework for its computational toxicology course, GeneGo said today.
The course is a required component for molecular toxicology majors at the university. UC Berkeley students will use the software to analyze ‘omics data and to study the beneficial and harmful effects certain chemicals can have in humans and in other organisms, the company said.

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