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Softberry, Inc. Company Profile

05:20 EDT 19th September 2018 | BioPortfolio

Softberry, Inc. is a leading developer of software tools for genomic research. Our primary areas of interest and expertise are in the following areas:Genome annotation Functional site identification in DNA and roteins Sequence database managing Genome comparison Expression data analysis Protein structure prediction. Protein compartment (destination) prediction.

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116 Radio Circle, Suite 400
Mount Kisco
New York
10549
United States of America

Contact

Phone: (914) 242-3592
Fax: (914) 242-3593
Email: softberry@softberry.com


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Softberry, Inc. is a leading developer of software tools for genomic research. Our primary areas of interest and expertise are in the following areas:Genome annotation Functional site identification i...

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