BioPathwise 2.0, Map Viewer, CLC Free Workbench 3.0, SimTK Simbody, SimTK ISIM, ToRNADo, CERF-Notebook, Jmol, International Protein Index, Unleashed Global Services, Experion 2.0 | GenomeWeb

The BioAnalytics Group has released BioPathwise 2.0, a new version of its pathway-centric software and database system. The software includes a reaction repository and interface tools that allow users to pull in peer-reviewed information about specific reactions. Biologists can use the software to draw pathways and conduct virtual experiments, computational biologists and statisticians can view mathematical formulas that represent the processes at work, and programmers have access to tools that will enable them to integrate legacy data and third-party software packages.

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