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LabKey Software has released LabKey Server 10.2, the latest version of its data-management platform that helps researchers organize, analyze, and share biomedical research data.

In addition to other enhancements, version 10.2 lets users find more content including folder and list metadata as well as integrate data from multiple websites, the company said. The software also includes improved file management capabilities and server-side JavaScript application programming interfaces that can transform and validate data on a per-field basis.


Genedata, has released PatentExplorer, a tool for assessing the patent status of novel biomolecules and targets.

According to the company, the software integrates patent information to provide a comprehensive and structured analysis of patented biomolecule sequences and related claim information. Genedata collaborated with life and material sciences company DSM to develop PatentExplorer.

PatentExplorer is part of the Genedata Phylosopher data management system.

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Study Follows Consequences of Early Confirmatory Trials for Accelerated Approval Indications

Time to traditional approval or withdrawal was shorter when confirmatory trials started prior to accelerated approval, though overall regulatory outcomes remained similar, a JAMA study finds.

Sequencing Study Leads to Vaccine Target in Bacteria Behind Neonatal Meningitis

Researchers eBioMedicine track down potential vaccine targets with transposon sequencing on mutant bacteria causing neonatal meningitis in mouse models of the disease.

Multiple Myeloma Progression Influenced by Immune Microenvironment Expression

Researchers in NPJ Genomic Medicine compare RNA sequencing profiles of 102,207 individual cells in bone marrow samples from 18 individuals with rapid or non-progressing multiple myeloma.

Self-Reported Hearing Loss in Older Adults Begins Very Early in Life, Study Says

A JAMA Otolaryngology — Head & Neck Surgery study says polygenic risk scores associated with hearing loss in older adults is also associated with hearing decline in younger groups.