Bioalma said today that the National Institutes of Health has expanded an existing license agreement for its AlmaKnowledgeServer 2 text-mining software.

NIH will use Bioalma's platform to support the Human Salivary Proteome Project. The project is funded by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research and the NIH Center for Information Technology.

NIH first licensed AKS2 a year ago. Bioalma said today that it has expanded its licenses by more than 25 percent but did not disclose additional terms of the agreement.

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