As Aurora Reestablishes Itself in HTS, It Reconnects with Informatics Friend | GenomeWeb

Aurora is back in the high-throughput screening sector.

The company apparently faded from the field after it was acquired by Vertex Pharmaceuticals in July 2001. But all the while, it has been quietly working with several big pharma companies and many employees at drug-discovery information management provider Xystus.

The consistent dealings with big pharma and Xystus, along with its eventual spin-out from Vertex, have now led to Aurora’s re-emergence.

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