SRA International may be running the most successful bioinformatics businesses you never heard of.

The tiny bioinformatics subunit of government IT contractor SRA employs only 30 of the company’s 2,500 employees, but holds its own when it comes to revenues. The three-year-old group generated $4 million of the company’s $361 million in FY 2002 revenues — mostly in the form of contract services for NIH — and is confident that it can grow that business over the course of 2003.

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The Seattle Times writes that pharmacogenomics testing can help choose medications that may work best for people with depression.

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