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This story has been updated from a previous version. NEW YORK, March 16 – The announcement Friday that Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals had discovered 63 new gene targets for osteoporosis due to a deal with Gene Logic prompted an unexpected response from the database co

DURHAM, NC, March 16 - The term ‘regulanomics,’ which refers to the field of gene regulation, may never catch on the way that ‘genomics’ or ‘proteomics’ has. But Thomas Werner, CEO of the Munich-based startup Genomatix, is betting that this field has already taken off.

NEW YORK, March 16 - When Lee Hood started the Institute for Systems Biology, a project to build an integrated research supercenter for the biological sciences, few doubted the validity of the concept, but many wondered whether the technology existed to make it work.

NEW YORK, March 15 – Software developer NuTec Sciences announced plans Thursday to make a push into the European life sciences market. The company said its new office, NuTec Sciences Limited, would be located near Manchester, UK, and na

This story has been updated with comments from DoubleTwist.

This story has been updated with comments from DoubleTwist.

NEW YORK, March 15 – Nanogen said Thursday it had shipped a new system designed for targeted gene expression applications for beta testing at two undisclosed US institutions and one in Europe. Nanogen plans to use the results of the tes

NEW YORK, March 15 – Arena Pharmaceuticals has enlisted the help of Celera’s databases and bioinformatics tools to identify G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), the companies said Thursday.  Financial terms of Arena's multi-ye

NEW YORK, March 15 – DeCode Genetics said Thursday its full-year 2000 revenue rose 30 percent to $21.5 million, compared with $16.6 million in 1999, due primarily to higher milestone payments stemming from the company’s research collaboration with Roche.

NEW YORK, March 15 – Oxford Glycosciences of Oxford, UK, has apparently changed its plans for entering the protein microarray market, saying Thursday that their collaboration with Packard Biosciences and Cambridge Antibody Technologies is “just a research projec

NEW YORK March 14 – IBM said Wednesday it is hosting a two-day protein folding workshop on the campus of the University of California at San Diego March 30-31.  The purpose of the workshop, jointly hosted by the IBM Blue Gene proje

NEW YORK March 14 - Silico Insights is collaborating with Ashni Naturaceuticals to identify regulatory and post-translational pathways from genomics and proteomics data, the companies said Wednesday.  Under the terms of the partner

NEW YORK, March 14 – If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then the Genome Database has reason to be proud.

NEW YORK, March 14 - NuGenesis Technologies, the maker of NuGenesis Scientific Data Management Systems software, said Wednesday it had forged an alliance with PA Consulting Group of London to jointly provide software consulting services to the pharmaceutical and life science sectors.

NEW YORK, March 14 – Genotyping technology company Qiagen Genomics said Wednesday it had reached a research and licensing agreement with The Institute for Genomic Research and the Montefiore Medical Center to conduct an association study of SNPs in Mycobaterium tuberc

NEW YORK, March 14 - PamGene, a Dutch microarray startup, and Olympus Optical have agreed to jointly develop a platform for manufacturing and analyzing DNA microarrays, the companies said Wednesday. As part of the alliance, Olympus

NEW YORK, March 14 – Application service provider Viaken said Wednesday it had agreed to use EMC as its information storage provider as part of an effort to expand the storage facilities for its growing customer base.

This story has been updated from a previous version. NEW YORK, March 14 - Genometrix on Wednesday said it penned a deal with AniGenics, a start-up animal genomics company, to genotype cattle for SNPs associated

NEW YORK, March 14 – Bioinformatics company Genomica said Wednesday it had appointed William Rich, CEO of Ciphergen Biosystems, to its board of directors, signaling the company’s growing interest in the field of proteomics. "His experie

NEW YORK, March 14 - Ciphergen Biosystems of Fremont, Calif., said Wednesday it opened a new center in Malvern, Pa., to conduct proteomic research for the company’s customers. The Biomarker Discovery Center’s first project will entail a

NEW YORK, March 13 - Pharmagene and WITA Proteomics have agreed to work together to provide a full service drug discovery and validation service for pharmaceutical and biotechnology customers, the companies said Tuesday. P

NEW YORK, March 13 – Xanthon of Research Triangle Park, NC, said Tuesday it would release its electrochemical DNA, RNA, and protein detection and analysis system for beta testing later this year, adding that the technology would offer potential users an alternative to rev

NEW YORK, March 13 – Canadian proteomics company Caprion Pharmaceuticals said Tuesday it had raised C$6.2 million ($4.1 million) in a secondary round of private financing managed by Yorkton Securities and led by Ventures West and Fidelity Management & Research. Caprion of Montreal

NEW YORK, March 13 - Genomic Solutions has released its first version of GeneMap mouse and rat clone microarrays, the company said Tuesday.  With the help of Invitrogen's cDNA library, Genomic Solutions developed a mouse cDNA

NEW YORK, March 12 - Bristol-Myers Squibb has promoted its director of genomics-based pharmaceutical research, Elliot Sigal, to senior vice president in charge of drug discovery and exploratory development, the company said Monday.

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