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Multiomics – News and Features

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Applied Biosystems and GeneGo Collaborate to Advance Understanding of Tissue Gene Expression

GeneGo integrates Applied Biosystems tissue gene expression database into Its MetaCore™ data mining platform.
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Georgia Tech Invention Captures Cell Properties and Biochemical Signals in Action

Georgia Tech researchers have created the Scanning Mass Spectrometry probe, that can capture both the biochemical makeup and topography of complex biological objects in their normal environment.
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Genedata and Insilico Biotechnology in Systems Biology Collaboration

The collaboration will combine Genedata’s computational systems for genomics data management and analysis with Insilico’s pathway simulation tools.
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Genedata Collaborates with HepatoSys Systems Biology Competence Network

Genedata has developed a computational system to analyze molecular processes in mammalian liver cells.
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NHLBI Expands Their MetaCore™ License

The license has been expanded to cover NHLBI, Core, CIT and Critical Care Medicine Department.
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Genedata Collaborates with Kluyver Centre for Genomics of Industrial Fermentation

Research involves sequencing, genome-wide functional studies and strain and process design.
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Geneservice and DNAFORM Enter into Exclusive Distribution Agreements

GSL and DNAFORM will jointly distribute FANTOM™ clones developed by RIKEN.
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SBS Announces Keynote Speakers at its 12th Annual Conference

The dynamic threesome will give attendees insights to ponder as well as to enhance their careers.
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Roche and Entelos Announce Collaboration in Metabolic Disease Research

Entelos will conduct biosimulation research using its Metabolism PhysioLab® platform.
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GenoLogics and Bioinformatics Solutions Collaborate

Companies are collaborating to provide an integrated solution for proteomics researchers.
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