NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GeneGo today said that it has licensed to Millipore 250 manually curated pathway maps for its new Interactive Biological Pathway tool, which has been launched on Millipore's website.

The new tool links Millipore's antibodies, proteins, assays, and relevant bioinformatics content related to biological pathways, said GeneGo. The maps are categorized by diseases and cellular processes to make it easier for researchers to find relevant information.

Terms of the license were not disclosed.

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