LabBook Teams with OSU and OSC to Deliver AnnotatedHumanGenomeDatabase | GenomeWeb

Fast on the heels of the public release of the specification for its XML-based BSML format, LabBook announced that it is partnering with Ohio State University and the Ohio Supercomputer Center to deliver OSU’s annotated human genome database through its XML browser.

The database will be available via LabBook’s website (www.labbook.com), and will be free to academic users via standard HTML browsers and LabBook’s free XML viewer. The company’s enhanced XML browser is available to all users for a fee.

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