New Platform Will Open Pharmacogenetics Door to Bioinformatics Company Compugen | GenomeWeb

Compugen wants to dip its toes into the pharmacogenomics pond.

Two years ago, the Israeli bioinformatics company began laying the groundwork for a vast and comprehensive data repository it hopes drug makers will find irresistible. This summer, Compugen plans to commercialize it as a service that ties together an array of clinical data from millions of patients that biopharmas can use to improve drug-development protocols.

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