Over the past two years, the commercial market for pathway data and analysis tools has emerged from relative obscurity to take center stage in the life science informatics sector. Even as traditional genomics-based software vendors see their revenues decline, companies like GeneGo, Jubilant Biosys, and Ingenuity Systems are signing deal after deal.

So far in 2005, these three companies have announced a total of eight agreements for their pathway informatics tools — and all three predict even further growth over the remainder of the year.

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