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Medical College of Georgia Selects XML Global Software to Handle Microarray Data

NEW YORK, Aug. 20 (GenomeWeb News) - XML Global Technologies said today the Medical College of Georgia's center for Biotechnology and Genomic medicine is using its GoXML Tranform 5.0 software for importation and transformation of microarray data from the public data repositories into its internal relational database.

 

The said it selected GoXML because it was the only one that could "efficiently handle the large files we routinely work with, while meeting our other technical requirements," stated Rick McIndoe, the center's associate director.

 

The parties did not disclose the financial terms of the agreement.

 

XML Global is based in Vancouver, Canada.

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