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Acpharis Secures Exclusive License to Biologics Design Software from Boston University

Boston University and Holliston-based software firm Acpharis today announced an exclusive license agreement in which Acpharis will commercialize Boston University’s PIPER protein-protein docking program. PIPER allows the computational prediction of the bound structure of two proteins when they interact with each other. PIPER has been licensed to Acpharis Inc to further the development of the technology and to provide support for use in pharmaceutical companies.

Acpharis Scientists’ Research Highlighted in Nature Reviews Drug Discovery

In the October 2011 issue of Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, research performed by Acpharis scientists was featured as a Research Highlight.

Acpharis Scientists’ Research Featured in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

In the August 16 issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, research done by Acpahris scientists was highlighted as “In This Issue.”

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