GeneGo Integrates Tools with Cytoscape as Project’s First Commercial Pathway Partner | GenomeWeb
GeneGo this week said that it has integrated its MetaCore and MetaDrug functional-analysis platforms with the increasingly popular Cytoscape open-source pathway-visualization platform.
Cytoscape is a collaboration founded in 2003 between the Institute for Systems Biology, the University of California at San Diego, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Institut Pasteur, the University of California at San Francisco, and Agilent Technologies. 

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