NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Applied Biosystems and Integromics have worked together to integrate their data handling and PCR systems for biomarker analysis, drug development, and clinical studies, ABI said today.
 
The companies have integrated ABI’s TaqMan arrays and real-time PCR systems with Integromics StatMiner software, which combines data visualization functions with statistical analysis and data mining tools, for use in analyzing real-time gene expression data from biomarker research.
 

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