Finnish Red Cross to Use GeneGo's Software for Blood, Transplant Studies | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) —The Finnish Red Cross has licensed GeneGo’s bioinformatics software for use in clinical and research projects it plans to conduct on blood taken from transfusion patients, GeneGo said today.
 
The FRC Blood Service will use the MetaCore and MetaDrug bioinformatics and chemoinformatics suites for blood group and cell type analysis from blood transfusions as well as for tissue typing of donors involved in organ, bone marrow, cord blood, and bone marrow stem cell replacement transplants.
 

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