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Deepak links out to a paper published in BMC Bioinformatics that discusses 'omics software being developed at the Institute for Systems Biology. Their approach is to build a new framework where the software architecture integrates many different types of data and allows for the reuse of tools. Some themes are distributed applications, interoperability, and extensibility.

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