NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Genedata said today that BASF Plant Science has licensed its Expressionist bioinformatics software for use in its genetic screening programs.
 
Juergen Logemann, vice president of technology management at BASF Plant Science, said in a statement that the company selected Expressionist after “a thorough market evaluation” for its ability to process and analyze "large amounts" of expression profiling data in a high-throughput manner.
 

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