NuTec Partners to Build Zebrafish Database, Bioinformatics Software in Two New Deals | GenomeWeb

NuTec Sciences of Atlanta, Ga., recently boosted its life science activities through two new partnerships: a collaboration with Zygogen to build a database of zebrafish genome data, and another with Daresbury Laboratory to develop simulation software with applications in bioinformatics.

Under the partnership with Zygogen of Atlanta, Ga., NuTec will help design the zebrafish database, called Z-base, as well as add new sequence information, and “structure it in a more friendly way,” according to Nina Sawczuk, CEO of Zygogen. Z-base is currently in preliminary form.

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