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Pangea Releases Latest Version of GeneWorld Database Application


OAKLAND, Calif.--Pangea Systems Inc. has released GeneWorld 2.1, the latest version of its database application for automated sequence annotation and analysis. GeneWorld 2.1 utilizes simplified, user-definable, automated workflow processes, which the company calls strategies. Once defined, strategies can be saved and used for standardizing and distributing bioinformatics information throughout an organization.

GeneWorld 2.1 is based on Oracle or Sybase relational database systems and is accessed from desktop computers with standard Java-enabled browsers.

In other news, Pangea also announced the formation of a scientific advisory board. Members include Fred Cohen of the University of California, San Francisco; Barry Honig of Columbia University; and Doug Brutlag of the Stanford University Medical School.

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