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Neurocrine Licenses Genedata s Expressionist for Biomarker Discovery

NEW YORK, Dec. 7, (GenomeWeb News) - Biopharmaceutical company Neurocrine Biosciences has licensed Genedata's Expressionist for biomarker discovery and in silico prediction, Genedata said today.


Neurocrine will use Expressionist in a pre-clinical discovery program focusing on neurological and endocrine related diseases and disorders, Genedata said.


Scientists at Neurocrine have already used Expressionist to process and evaluate over 1,500 microarrays, said Bill Wilson, Neurocrine's head of information technology, in a statement.


Financial details were not disclosed.

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