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NIH Licenses Biobase’s Transfac® and Proteome™ Databases

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Biobase has announced the signing of a licensing agreement with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for the Proteome databases

Under the terms, NIH extends its subscription for Biobase’s Transfac database and expands its portfolio to include the Proteome databases.

"We are very pleased about the broad acceptance of our expert-curated databases and analysis tools," states Prof. Dr. Edgar Wingender, President and CSO of Biobase.

"The Proteome databases, which contain the most comprehensive collection of protein data available, and Transfac - the premier information source for gene-regulatory correlations - will serve as an excellent starting point in supporting the NIH in the research and prevention of human diseases."