NEW YORK, Sept. 4 – Swiss bioinformatics company GeneData said Tuesday it has licensed its Expressionist microarray data analysis system to DiaDexus of Santa Clara, Calif.

"We chose GeneData Expressionist because of its superior ability to support various technologies and GeneData's willingness to further customize its system," Ron Lindsay, chief scientific officer for DiaDexus, said in a statement.

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