FEATURE: South African Start-up Electrifies Clustering Software Market | GenomeWeb

CAPE TOWN, South Africa, Nov 22 - South Africa's first and only bioinformatics start-up, Electric Genetics, hopes to corner the market for clustering software with the release next month of updated versions of its core products, StackPack and Stackdb.

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