NEW YORK, April 23 - Gene Logic and Partek, a statistical and pattern recognition software provider, have integrated Partek’s software with Gene Logic’s GeneExpress suite of databases, Partek said Monday. 

The integration will allow GeneExpress users to export gene expression data into Partek Pro 2000, a gene expression analysis program, and to save gene or sample sets that are classified or analyzed for statistical significance.

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