Celera Genomics has signed a three-year deal with German bioinformatics company Lion Bioscience to co-develop an enhanced version of Lion’s SRS data integration platform that will be used to power the next version of the Internet-based Celera Discovery System, the companies said Thursday.

“Our focus is to become the comprehensive reference library for genomics and biological information on the Internet. Lion places systems on a company’s Intranet,” Peter Barrett, Celera’s chief business officer, told BioInform. “There are synergies for both solutions.”

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