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IBM has released the WebSphere Portal for Life Science Syndicated Content, a portal environment that will allow in-house life science R&D groups to integrate subscription-based external research, internal content, and collaborative applications together in a single environment that users can customize for their research needs. According to the company, any publicly available, in-house, or commercial database with a web interface can be integrated into the portal.

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