Biomax Previews Systems Biology Platform, Raises €2.25M

Biomax Informatics of Martinsried, Germany, had a booth at ICSB 2004 as well as a poster previewing its BioXM Master Suite, a knowledge management platform that the company said is targeted toward systems biology.

The platform, expected to be available for beta testing by the end of the year, is based on a three-part framework: a process graph that represents biological processes; annotation objects that represent an information network; and an ontology.

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