INDIANAPOLIS--Eli Lilly has licensed Pangea's bioinformatics software, including the GeneWorld application, GeneThesaurus data subscription service, and its information management environment, Pulse, for use in Lilly's genomics and target validation efforts. Marie Martin, Pangea's director of marketing communications, told BioInform that the sale of the three tools combined optimizes the power of the software maker's core offerings.

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