Biointelligence

August 5, 2009

Bioinformatics Companies

Here is a list of Bioinformatics Companies worldwide. Would be soon posting on companies working in specialised areas of bioinformatics.


List of Bioinformatics Companies World Wide

Australia

  1. Nucleics
  2. Australian Genome Research Facility
  3. IBM Healthcare and Life Sciences
  4. CSIRO Bioinformatics
  5. Minomic
  6. Proteome Systems

Austria

  1. ProCeryon Biosciences GmbH
  2. Lambda Labor für Molekularbiologische DNA-Analysen GmbH
  3. Upper Austria Research
  4. DSM fine Chemicals Austria
  5. Pfitzer
  6. ARC Seibersdorf Research GmbH
  7. Roche Austria
  8. CD Labor f. Genomik und Bioinformatik
  9. Gen-au, Genomforschung Austria
  10. Inte:Ligand

Belgium

  1. Algonomics
  2. Bayer Bioscience
  3. BioXpr – computer science & molecular biology
  4. Tibotec
  5. VircoLab
  6. Biodata
  7. Applied Maths

Canada

  1. Caprion Proteomics
  2. Zymeworks
  3. BioMolTech
  4. Biotools Inc
  5. Molecular Mining Corporation
  6. Base4 Bioinformatics Inc.
  7. Bioinformatics Solutions
  8. Chemical Computing Group

Denmark

  1. CLC Bio
  2. Bioinformatics ApS

Finland

  1. Genolyze Ltd

France

  1. Partner Chip
  2. BioSolution
  3. Korilog

Germany

  1. Cubic Design
  2. Biomax Informatics
  3. BIOBASE Biological databases

IceLand

  1. deCODEme

India

  1. HH Biotechnologies
  2. BIOBASE Biological Databases
  3. Astrazeneca
  4. Avesthagen
  5. Cell Lines
  6. Monsanto
  7. INFOVALLEY Biosystem India Pvt Ltd
  8. Strand Life Sciences (formerly Strand Genomics)
  9. Connexios Life Sciences Pvt. Ltd.
  10. GVK Biosciences Pvt Ltd
  11. IBM Life Sciences
  12. Metahelix Life Sciences Pvt Ltd
  13. Biocon, Ltd
  14. Genbios
  15. BioCOS Life Sciences
  16. Jubilant Biosys
  17. Jigsaw Bio Solutions
  18. Nectar Lifesciences Ltd
  19. Orchid Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Ltd
  20. Neozene Bio Sciences
  21. Neogen Biosolutions
  22. ATGC Labs
  23. Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited
  24. TATA Consultancy Service
  25. Ocimum Biosolutions
  26. Dr.Reddy’s Pharmaceutical Company
  27. BioMinds Life Sciences Pvt. Ltd
  28. BioMed Informatics
  29. Ingenovis
  30. GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
  31. Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd
  32. Rishi Biotech
  33. C-DAC: Centre for Development of Advanced Computing
  34. SooryaKiran Bioinformatics

Ireland

  1. SlidePath

Israel

  1. Evogene Ltd
  2. Compugen
  3. Optimata

Italy

  1. ICGEB

Malaysia

  1. Synamatix

New Zealand

  1. Biomatters
  2. Hoare Research Software
  3. HortResearch

Norway

  1. Interagon
  2. MolMine
  3. PubGene
  4. Sencel Bioinformatics

Russia

  1. GeneGo

Singapore

  1. Lilly Singapore Centre for Drug Discovery

South Africa

  1. ICGEB

Spain

  1. Integromics™ | IT for Life Sciences
  2. Bioalma
  3. Ariadne Genomics Europe

Sweden

  1. Qlucore
  2. Agile Molecule

Switzerland

  1. Merck Serono International
  2. Detectorvision
  3. Genedata
  4. Geneva Bioinformatics(GeneBio)

United Kingdom

  1. Astex Technology
  2. ePitope Informatics Ltd
  3. InfoQuant
  4. SimuGen
  5. ProGeniq
  6. BlueGnome
  7. etrials
  8. IDBS
  9. InforSense
  10. Matrix Science

United States of America

  1. 23andme
  2. Accelrys
  3. Navigenics
  4. Rosetta Biosoftware
  5. GeneSifter
  6. Seralogix
  7. Ariadne Genomics
  8. ATGCLabs
  9. BioAnalytics Group
  10. Bio-Rad
  11. Geospiza
  12. VigeneTech
  13. Allometra
  14. Ariadne Genomics
  15. Axcell
  16. Biodiscovery
  17. Biopharm Systems
  18. Biotique Systems
  19. BioWisdom
  20. Cellnomica
  21. Cira Discovery Sciences
  22. Cognia
  23. IBM (Bioinformatics and Pattern Discovery Group)
  24. Ocimum Biosolutions

Please keep adding if you are know a company working in this stream !!

BioGRID: A repository useful for Systems Biology

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Systems Biology is emerging as one of the biggest research trends these days. Talking about pathways, metabolomics, cellular cycles, interactions is common in this field.
While reading on Interaction Datasets , I came across “BioGrid”. Here is a small post on the same.
BioGRID can be explained as Biological General Repository for Interaction Datasets. It distributes collections of protein and genetic interactions from major model organism species. BioGRID currently contains over 198 000 interactions from six different species, as derived from both high-throughput studies and conventional focused studies.
BioGRID interactions are recorded as relationships between two proteins or genes (i.e. they are binary relationships) with an evidence code that supports the interaction and a publication reference. The term “interaction” includes, as well as direct physical binding of two proteins, co-existence in a stable complex and genetic interaction. It should not be assumed that the interaction reported in BioGRID is direct and physical in nature; the experimental system definitions below indicate the nature of the supporting evidence for an interaction between the two biological entities. It should also be noted that some interactions in BioGRID have various levels of evidential support. BioGRID simply curates the result of the experiment from the publication and we do not guarantee that any individual interaction is true, well-established or the current consensus view of the community. Curating all available evidence supporting for an interaction enables orthogonal data from various sources to be collated, allowing users of the database to decide confidence in the existence and/or physiological relevance of that interaction.
More information on Biogrid can be found at: http://www.thebiogrid.org

Systems Biology is emerging as one of the biggest research trends these days. Talking about pathways, metabolomics, cellular cycles, interactions is common in this field.

While reading on Interaction Datasets , I came across “BioGrid“. Here is a small post on the same.

BioGRID can be explained as Biological General Repository for Interaction Datasets. It distributes collections of protein and genetic interactions from major model organism species. BioGRID currently contains over 198 000 interactions from six different species, as derived from both high-throughput studies and conventional focused studies.

BioGRID interactions are recorded as relationships between two proteins or genes (i.e. they are binary relationships) with an evidence code that supports the interaction and a publication reference. The term “interaction” includes, as well as direct physical binding of two proteins, co-existence in a stable complex and genetic interaction. It should not be assumed that the interaction reported in BioGRID is direct and physical in nature; the experimental system definitions below indicate the nature of the supporting evidence for an interaction between the two biological entities. It should also be noted that some interactions in BioGRID have various levels of evidential support. BioGRID simply curates the result of the experiment from the publication and we do not guarantee that any individual interaction is true, well-established or the current consensus view of the community. Curating all available evidence supporting for an interaction enables orthogonal data from various sources to be collated, allowing users of the database to decide confidence in the existence and/or physiological relevance of that interaction.

More information on Biogrid can be found at: www.thebiogrid.org