GeneGo, Entelos Ink Gene-Expression Data License | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GeneGo will use gene expression data from Entelos to develop its predictive toxicology modeling technology, GeneGo said.

Under the license agreement, GeneGo will use Entelos' DrugMatrix gene expression data to further develop its Functional Descriptor models.

Richard Brennan, GeneGo's director of toxicology, said that access to "a comprehensive, pharmacologically diverse and fully annotated compendium of gene expression data is critical to developing high-performance predictive models."

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