NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Agilent Technologies and Gene Logic intend to improve tools and techniques for systems-based biopharmaceutical research, including clinical profiling and pathway mapping, the companies said today.
 
Under the collaboration, Agilent will provide microarray workflow products, including its GeneSpring bioinformatics platform, while Gene Logic will contribute its biorepository and other databases, the companies said.
 

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