Biosystemix serves as further proof that good bioinformatics software doesn’t go away — it just resurfaces in new (and usually smaller) surroundings. The Kingston, Ontario-based firm — founded by two former Molecular Mining staffers — is the latest example in a series of new businesses that have sprouted from the remains of defunct bioinformatics shops. Bolstered by proven technology and established contacts, the fledgling firm has found that success in the bioinformatics market is within reach for those willing to risk a fresh start.

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