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OAKLAND, Calif.--Genetics Institute, a research unit of Wyeth-Ayerst Laboratories, has licensed Pangea's bioinformatics tools for use in its genomics-based drug discovery efforts. Pangea said its tools for clustering and aligning expressed-sequence tags (ESTs) will allow Genetics Institute to increase "the sensitivity with which molecular targets can be identified and the selectivity with which they can be validated."

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