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Biotique Customizes Data Management System for Monsanto

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Biotique Systems said today that it has tailored a bioinformatics data integration system for Monsanto that the agricultural company will use for its global genomic and biotechnology research efforts.
 
Monsanto’s customized BLIS, or Biotique Local Integration System, will be used to integrate and manage microarray, pathway, and genetic analysis data.
 
Biotique said BLIS includes several modules to facilitate processes used in transcription profiling and comparative genomics, and also offers a “data refinery” tool to detect splice variants.
 
Financial terms of the agreement were not released.

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