SANTA FE, NM--The National Center for Genome Resources (NCGR) here recently acquired two TimeLogic servers to enable scientists studying sequences in its biological databases to access search and analysis tools previously unavailable at the site.

Michael Harpold, chief scientific officer at NCGR, told BioInform that the two DeCypher ES-1920 servers, one of which Time Logic donated to the center, will enable users to conduct rapid searches using computationally intensive search algorithms. Harpold called the servers "a major addition" to the facility.

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