NEW YORK, July 2 – The University of Alabama at Birmingham has purchased a three-year subscription to DoubleTwist’s Prophecy database and tools, the companies announced Monday.

Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

The Prophecy system includes the Prophecy Toolkit, a data integration software platform for the company’s annotated human genome database. The Prophecy Toolkit was introduced in January.

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