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Media Cybernetics Releases Microarray Software

NEW YORK, Nov 2 - Media Cybernetics said Thursday it had released Array-Pro Analyzer, an image informatics software tool for reading high-density arrays, low-density arrays, and microarrays.

Array-Pro Analyzer is designed to help researcher analyze arrays more quickly and to reduce mistakes made when analyzing arrays manually.

“Array-Pro Analyzer’s computer algorithm automation produces the same results of analysis from user to user, so the results are repeatable,” Media Cybernetics said in a statement.

Array-Pro Analyzer also helps to drown out background noise by allowing users to adjust control parameters.

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