NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Geneva Bioinformatics said last week that the lab of David Goodlett at the University of Washington will integrate GeneBio’s Phenyx mass spec analysis software into its planned 200-node proteomics compute cluster.
GeneBio said it has already been working with the Goodlett lab to enhance Phenyx’ operation on the lab’s existing 40-node cluster.
Financial terms of the agreement were not provided.
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