GenoLogics and Proteome Software Announce Collaboration Agreement
News Mar 09, 2006
Initially the two companies will work together to promote the synergies between GenoLogics’ ProteusLIMS™ lab and data management solution and Proteome Software’s Scaffold software for advanced data visualization and mining of protein searches.
Over the coming months, the companies intend to develop closer integration of their two products.
"The collaboration brings together the best of breed in scientific data management and visualization for protein search and analysis and will benefit customers of both companies," notes James DeGreef, VP Product Management for GenoLogics.
"Researchers can take advantage of using multiple protein search engines in their clinical proteomics and biomarker research to gain more insight into the data and advance their research to the next level."
According to Mark Pitman, Sales and Marketing Director for Proteome Software, "The synergy between GenoLogics and Proteome Software is such a natural one. We’re both committed to bringing proteomics researchers the cutting edge tools needed for the next generation of protein identification and analysis."
"We see great benefit for both companies’ customers coming out of this collaboration."
GenoLogics will be exhibiting at the US HUPO conference in Boston, March 12-15, 2006 and will be joined by Proteome Software at the booth.
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