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New Company Says Its Tool Shortens Discovery Process

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ERZALIYA, Israel--Bio-IT, a new company here also known as Bio-Information Technologies, said it has developed a computational tool that predicts the three-dimensional structure of proteins that can lead to drug developments. The company claimed that its technology, developed by Oren Becker, an assistant professor of computational chemistry, and collaborators at Tel Aviv University, "bridges the gap between information provided by the Human Genome Project and the design of disease-fighting molecules."

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