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FDA Licenses GeneGo s MetaCore Data Analysis Platform

NEW YORK, Oct. 10 (GenomeWeb News) - GeneGo has licensed its MetaCore data analysis platform to the US Food and Drug Administration for research and reviewing genomics data, the St. Joseph, Mich.-based company said today.

 

Under the agreement, GeneGo will integrate MetaCore with the FDA's ArrayTrack microarray analysis software and make it available to FDA researchers.

 

"Since MetaCore is already being applied in drug discovery by our pharmaceutical customers for a couple of years now, it is logical that it will also be used on the regulatory side as well," said GeneGo vice president of business development Julie Bryant in a company statement.

 

MetaCore allows researchers to visualize, map, and network several types of data, including gene expression, RNAi, proteomic, metabolomic, SAGE and SNP data.

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