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Bioinformatics Company Appoints Three Danish Scientists to Board

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SAN DIEGO, Calif.--Structural Bioinformatics here recently appointed three new members to its scientific advisory board: Jakob Bohr, a professor of physics at the Technical University of Denmark and the University of Copenhagen; Henrik Bohr, also a professor of physics at the University of Copenhagen; and Soren Brunak, director of the Center for Biological Sequence Analysis at the Technical University of Denmark.

The privately held company has developed a supercomputational operating system that allows gene sequence data to be used in a range of structure-based drug discovery and design processes.

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