NEW YORK, Nov. 5—Molecular Mining and NextGen Sciences are collaborating to develop and produce protein biochips, Molecular Mining announced Wednesday.

In the partnership, NextGen will use Molecular Mining’s GeneLinker gene expression analysis software. The software package, launched last spring, enables data filtering and transformation, sorting and clustering, and classification and prioritization of genes along with a suite of visualization tools.

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