NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Institutes of Health has renewed a licensing agreement for Biobase's microarray and proteomics software packages and databases, the company said today.

The agreement renewal, which is for the second year of a five-year license agreement, gives all 27 NIH institutions locally installed access to the Biobase Knowledge Library, which includes the Transfac and Proteome databases.

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