Rosetta Develops New Markup Language, Offers it for Free | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Oct 27 – Rosetta Inpharmatics said Friday that it has developed a language for converting various gene expression data files into a common format and that it would distribute it for free along with a package of a new gene expression data visualization tools.

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