As proteomics facilities are churning out growing piles of mass spectra, gel images, and hit lists, GenoLogics is aiming to jump into the niche of proteomics data management.

Earlier this year, the Canadian bioinformatics firm, a spin-out of the University of Victoria, launched the first version of ProteusLIMS, its proteomics information management and informatics platform. The company is now moving aggressively to get its system established in the marketplace and add to its capabilities.

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Dog DNA testing finds that some purebreds might not truly be purebreds, Inside Edition reports.

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