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Ocimum Bio ties up with US hospital

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HYDERABAD, July 8

OCIMUM Biosolutions Ltd (OBL), the Hyderabad-based Indian arm of the US-based Ocimum Biosolutions, has entered into collaboration with the New York-based Hospital for Joint Diseases Orthopaedic Institute (HJD).

In a press release, the company said the collaboration was for analysing HJD's musculoskeletal diseases data using the Ocimum's micro array analysis tool Genowiz.

HJD is a voluntary and not-for-profit speciality medical hospital with expertise in orthopaedic surgery, rheumatology and molecular medicine, rehabilitation medicine and neurology.Genowiz is a gene expression analysis and tracking tool that enables researchers to analyse micro array data in an intuitive and comprehensive bio-environment.

Commenting on the collaboration, the Ocimum Chief Executive Officer, Ms Anuradha Acharya, said: "This partnership will enhance our capabilities in analysing expression data and fine-tuning our product, Genowiz. "

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