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ScienceInsider says a consortium of German institutions and the publisher Elsevier are still working out a deal for journal access.

The integrated products will provide a seamless workflow for interpreting next-generation sequence data from alignment through pathway analysis.

The company is working on a bespoke pharmacovigilance product that will leverage its biomedical content, and has added an NGS module to Pathway Studio. 

Under the terms of the agreement, the companies will combine software products and data to improve NGS analysis and interpretation

This week, GenomeQuest launched a new Intellectual Property Management module for its software that lets customers manage their sequence IP.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Elsevier, a provider of scientific, technical, and medical information products and services, said this week that it has linked two of its databases to provide pharmaceutical companies with better risk monitoring and improved pharmacovigilance resources.

Elsevier has released a new version of its Reaxys workflow solution which offers an improved user interface with new search functionality that makes running queries easier.

Gene Codes has released Sequencher 5.2, the latest version of its DNA sequence data analysis software.

Because most pure-play bioinformatics companies aren't publicly traded, the sector doesn’t have the financial barometer that things like quarterly earnings reports provide, making it somewhat challenging to gauge growth and speculate about future gains.

Elsevier said this week that Karo Bio has licensed its Reaxys suite to help its chemists identify and prioritize viable drug compounds for further research and development.

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In Science this week: intellectual property landscape of CRISPR genome editing, and more.

A researcher has been convicted of conspiring to steal genetically engineered rice, Reuters reports.

Harvard Medical School's George Church says a woolly mammoth-elephant hybrid is only a few years away, according to the New Scientist.

Intel is ending its sponsorship of the International Science and Engineering Fair, the New York Times reports.