NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – DNA Software has won three grants totaling $2.5 million from the National Institutes of Health to support the development of its software for use in predicting the structure of bacterial ribosomes and modeling the reaction rates of DNA and RNA experiments.

In one of the grants, the company will use the Phase II Small Business Innovation Research funding to support development of its Nucleic Acid CAD software, which predicts the 3D structures of clinically relevant pathogens.

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This online seminar will demonstrate how RNA-seq analysis in a model organism can provide insights into human disease.