NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Genencor has licensed Integrated Genomics’ Ergo software to help it develop its microbial products, IG said today.
 
The software integrates data from genomics biochemistry, gene-expression studies, and literature, and is used to analyze genome sequences, annotate genes, and perform metabolic reconstructions and other comparative functions.
 
IG said the software currently has 1,145 genomes in different stages of completion.
 

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