Lilly releases iPhone app for diabetes care; Isis Pharma to step up usage of BioClinica's EDC software;

> Lilly Diabetes has put out a free iPhone and iPad app to teach people how to give its Glucagon for Injection in the event people with Type 1 diabetes suffer bouts of severely low blood sugar, which often results in them passing out. Story

> Two Greek pharmaceutical companies, Rottapharm and Proton Pharma, say they have moved to cloud-based customer relationship management software (CRM) made by Veeva, in part because of the iPad system for sales reps. Release

> Isis Pharmaceuticals ($ISIS) will increase its use of BioClinica's ($BIOC) electronic data capture software for planned clinical trials, BioClinica said. Item

> A study validated the use of software from PGXL Laboratories to guide treatment with warfarin, according to the company's press release. Release

> Golden Helix released a free genome browser for visualization and annotation of DNA and RNA sequence data. Announcement

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