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Rosetta Licenses Resolver to Mendel Biotechnology

NEW YORK, July 1 - Rosetta Biosoftware has licensed the Rosetta Resolver to plant genomics company Mendel Biotechnology, the companies said today.

 

Mendel, of Hayward, Calif., said it will use the Resolver software for analysis of plant transcriptional profiling.

 

Rosetta, a Kirkland, Wash., subsidiary of Merck, distributes the Resolver system exclusively through Agilent Technologies.

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