UCB Deploys Genedata's Software to Support Drug Programs | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Belgian biopharmaceutical company UCB is using two of Genedata's software platforms to support its drug-development programs, Genedata said today.
Genedata said UCB has deployed the integrated Phylosopher and Expressionist software platforms. The drug maker will use the platforms to study CNS disorders, allergy and respiratory diseases, immune and inflammatory disorders, and oncology.

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