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GeneGo Licenses Entelos' Toxicogenomics Database

GeneGo said this week that it will use Entelos’ DrugMatrix toxicogenomic database of gene expression data to further develop its Functional Descriptor predictive toxicology models.

DrugMatrix offers GeneGo "a comprehensive, pharmacologically diverse and fully annotated compendium of gene expression data" that is "critical to developing high-performance predictive models," Richard Brennan, director of toxicology at GeneGo, said in a statement.

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