Hitachi s Bioinformatics Group Makes the Move from Tools to Solutions | GenomeWeb

Myriad Proteomics isn’t the only player in the joint Myriad Genetics/Hitachi/Oracle initiative that has changed course since the proteome-mapping project was announced two years ago. Hitachi’s own bioinformatics effort has also evolved away from its original goals, according to Megumu Kondo, VP of business development for Hitachi’s Life Science Group.

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