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3rd Millennium Bags $730K from DOD for Microarray Informatics

NEW YORK, Jan. 29-The Massachusetts bioinformatics company 3rd Millennium said yesterday that it won a $730,000 Small Business Innovation Research contract from the Department of Defense.

 

3rd Millennium will create an informatics system to interpret and organize microarray data for infectious disease research at the Department of Defense. The system will be used in the labs of the Army Medical Research and Material Command.

 

It will integrate a web-accessible gene expression database with lab management and data analysis software.

 

This Phase II contract follows an SBIR grant awarded last Februaryfor initial development of the informatics system.

 

For further information, see the press release.

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