Aug 15, 2005
Computational drug discovery solutions provider Eidogen-Sertanty launched DirectDesign, a collaborative, chemist-friendly de novo drug design service. The new service is based on the company’s suite of discovery informatics and database products.
Thomson Scientific is now providing an XML gateway to access the content of its ISI Web of Knowledge collection of publications. The gateway allows companies and scientists to more easily develop Web portals that search and access Thomson life science articles.
U.K.-based Inpharmatica launched Annotation Express, a modular protein annotation system for biologists. Modules available include the company’s Domain Professor, InGOt, BluChip, and Bio-Clip offerings. Additional modules will be available later this year.
Dublin City University’s National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology (NICB) acquired a Biotracker laboratory information management system (LIMS) from Ocimum Biosolutions. The LIMS will provide a centralized, secure database for researchers in NICB’s Gene Expression and Proteomics groups.