Molecular Applications Group's New Product Brings DB's In-House | GenomeWeb

PALO ALTO, Calif.--Molecular Applications Group here said that in the second quarter of 1998 it will begin shipping a new bioinformatics product designed to enable researchers to work with public database information and algorithms in-house. Known as DiscoveryBase, the product will offer scientists such popular databases as GenBank, SwissProt, Prosite, PDB, and SCOP, as well as standard analysis engines required to perform homology and motif searches and predict protein secondary structure, according to the bioinformatics software company.

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