Intomics Collaborates with Lundbeck | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Danish bioinformatics and systems biology firm Intomics said today that H. Lundbeck will use its research services for data analysis and integration in its drug development process.

Under the agreement, Intomics will provide Lundbeck with data analysis and systems biology expertise, methods, and tools for analyzing and integrating the large amounts of biological data it generates.

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