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BioInform's Licensing Roundup: February 2006 Software and IT Deals

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BioInform's Licensing Roundup: January's Software and IT Deals
Company Product Licensees
Software ACD/Labs 1H and 13C NMR Predictors, 1D NMR Processors, ACD/SpecManager AQura
ACD/Labs Online Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Carnegie Mellon University
Ariadne Genomics PathwayStudio AlphaGenics
GeneGo MetaBase Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Research & Development (extension of previous MetaCore agreement)
Gene-IT GenomeQuest Chiron
GenoLogics Life Sciences Software ProteusLIMS Scripps Florida, St. Geourge's University of London
Genomatix ChipInspector Center of Excellence for Fluorescent Bioanalysis
Rosetta Biosoftware Rosetta Resolver Lakeland Regional Cancer Center
Stone Bond EE-LIMS Precision Biomarker Resources
Databases Aureus Pharma AurScope GPCR, ion channel, hERG, ADME, kinase databases GlaxoSmithKline
IT Infrastructure IBM 1,000-node Cluster 1350 Georgia Institute of Technology's Center for the Study of Systems Biology
SGI 64-processor Altix 3700 Bx2 server University of Missouri Bioinformatics Consortium

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