NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GNI, a drug-discovery firm based in Tokyo, has tapped Wako Pure Chemical to market its biopathway imaging and modeling software in Japan, GNI said last week.
 
Beginning in April, Wako will sell GNI’s Cell Illustrator software through its partner agencies in Japan.
 

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