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DSM Licenses Phylosopher, Expressionist Software from Genedata

NEW YORK, July 28 (GenomeWeb News) - DSM has taken a license to Genedata's gene-function and pathway-analysis tool Phylosopher and its Expressionist microarray data-analysis tool, Basel, Switzerland-based Genedata said today.


Under the worldwide license, Genedata's products will be deployed at DSM's major research sites and will be used for all biological research, in particular metabolic engineering projects.


DSM, based in the Netherlands, develops and sells products for human and animal nutrition and health, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, automobile products, coatings, electrics and electronics, and products for the construction industry. The company has approximately 24,000 employees worldwide.

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