Gene Logic Turns Spotlight Back on a Healthy Core Genomics Biz with New Software, Expanded Content | GenomeWeb

Following several acquisitions that added two new business units to its core genomics operations over the last few years, Gene Logic has kept relatively quiet about the database and software products that have historically generated the bulk of its revenues, but company officials stressed this week that the genomics business is not only alive and well, but poised for growth over the course of 2006.

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