Ingenuity Pathways Analysis: Trial Through June

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Through June 2009 the Library is offering a trial of Ingenuity Pathways Analysis (IPA), a software application that allows researchers to compare pathways for common or unique biological molecules and to identify potential biomarkers.

In December we hosted two very successful workshops about IPA, taught by Matthew Gormley of UCSF's Fisher Lab. Attendees were enthusiastic about how IPA could help facilitate their research. In order to maintain access to IPA after June 2009, the Library will need to partner with departments or labs to help finance the license. If your department or lab would be interested in supporting an IPA license, please contact Anneliese Taylor, the Library's Collection Development Manager.

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