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BioInform s Licensing Roundup: March s Software, Database, and IT Deals

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BioInform’s Licensing Roundup:
March’s Software, Database, and IT Deals

Company

Product

Licensees

Software

Cognia

Cognia Molecular

Unilever

DNAStar

Lasergene 6, StarBlast, GenVision

Max Planck Society

Genedata

Expressionist

Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research

GraphoLogic

BioGraphWeaver

Virginia Bioinformatics Institute

Ingenuity

Ingenuity Pathway Analysis

Pfizer (expansion of existing license), Erasmus Medical Center

Partek

Partek 6.0

GlaxoSmithKline

Rosetta Biosoftware

Rosetta Resolver

MRC Clinical Sciences Center/ Imperial College London Microarray Center

SciTegic

Pipeline Pilot

Unilever

Teranode

Teranode Design Suite

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital proteomics facility

Databases

Jubilant Biosys

PathArt

Fournier Pharma, Genstruct

Xennex

GeneCards

European Patent Office

IT Infrastructure

BlueArc

Titan SiliconServer

Accelrys

Dell

210-node PowerEdge Linux cluster

University of California, San Diego

StoreAge Networking Technologies

StoreAge SVM

Functional Genomics Center Zurich

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The Scan

Unique Germline Variants Found Among Black Prostate Cancer Patients

Through an exome sequencing study appearing in JCO Precision Oncology, researchers have found unique pathogenic or likely pathogenic variants within a cohort of Black prostate cancer patients.

Analysis of Endogenous Parvoviral Elements Found Within Animal Genomes

Researchers at PLOS Biology have examined the coevolution of endogenous parvoviral elements and animal genomes to gain insight into using the viruses as gene therapy vectors.

Saliva Testing Can Reveal Mosaic CNVs Important in Intellectual Disability

An Australian team has compared the yield of chromosomal microarray testing of both blood and saliva samples for syndromic intellectual disability in the European Journal of Human Genetics.

Octopus Brain Complexity Linked to MicroRNA Expansions

Investigators saw microRNA gene expansions coinciding with complex brains when they analyzed certain cephalopod transcriptomes, as they report in Science Advances.