Strand Genomics Unveils Sphatika, India s First Commercial Bioinformatics Product | GenomeWeb

India’s only academic spin-off in bioinformatics celebrated its first birthday with the launch of the country’s first commercial bioinformatics product: image classification software to accelerate high-throughput crystallography in protein structure determination.

Strand Genomics, founded by computer scientists at Bangalore’s Indian Institute of Science (IIS), said the software is the first ever to automate the classification of images of the crystal growth process.

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