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BioDiscovery Sells Microarray Software to Two Irish Research Centers

NEW YORK, Jan. 20 (GenomeWeb News) - Software provider BioDiscovery has sold its GeneDirector enterprise microarray analysis platform to two Irish research organizations, the company said today.

 

The Alimentary Pharmabiotic Center at University College Cork and Teagasc (the Irish Agricultural Research Center) purchased the software. The Alimentary Pharmabiotic Center is studying host and bacterial gene expression in pathogenesis, bacteria- or virus-host interactions, and immunological interactions.

 

BioDiscovery did not disclose financial terms for either licensing agreement.

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