NIH Seeks Licensee or Collaborator for Drug Discovery Software | GenomeWeb

The National Institutes of Health is seeking licensees or collaborative partners for a software package developed by the National Institute on Aging for analyzing "extremely large experimental data sets in a simple yet multidimensional manner."

The software, called Omnimorph, "allows multidimensional investigation of any form of data including experimental datasets in biomedical science using either gene arrays or proteomics," according to the NIH's Office of Technology Transfer.

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