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SciTegic Licenses Pipeline Pilot to Euroscreen

SciTegic last week said it had licensed its Pipeline Pilot analysis workflow technology to GPCR discovery firm Euroscreen for three years.

Euroscreen will use Pipeline Pilot to automate data management for its cheminformatics and high-throughput screening efforts. The company said it also plans to use the tool to create a corporate data warehouse.

Financial terms for the licensing agreement were not provided.


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