Gentech to Enter Bioinformatics Market with Mac-Based Analysis and Visualization Software | GenomeWeb

Gentech, a French plant biotechnology, said it plans to introduce its first bioinformatics product, Biotechnix 3D, in the second quarter of 2001.

Biotechnix 3D was developed to organize and analyze DNA and protein sequences and to visualize protein structures in three dimensions. It is Mac-compatible, requiring Mac OS 8.5, an Apple G3 computer or better with at least 64 Mb RAM, and 10 Mb of free hard drive space. Alaa Khashoggi, Biotechnix CEO, said that the company has no plans to develop a PC version of the software.

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