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DOE Washington Lab to Use GeneGo Software

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The US Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory will use GeneGo’s data analysis software suite, the company said today.

Under the agreement, researchers across PNNL’s campus in Richland, Wash., will use the MetaCore data analysis suite, said GeneGo.

The lab will use the suite as a central data repository and as a management and collaboration platform, as well as for ‘omics data analysis and integrative pathway analysis.

The lab, which has a staff of 4,200, conducts research for DOE and other government agencies, universities, and industry. PNNL’s other Washington State offices include a marine research lab in Sequim, and satellite offices in Seattle and Tacoma, and it has an office in Washington, DC.

Financial terms of the agreement were not released.

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