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Rosetta, Sage-N Research to Integrate Data-Management Tools

NEW YORK, April 19 (GenomeWeb News) - Rosetta Biosoftware and Sage-N Research announced today that they have agreed to make two of their respective data-management and -analysis platforms interoperable.


Specifically, Rosetta and Sage-N will make Rosetta's Elucidator system, which is capable of managing and analyzing proteomic data and identifying differentially expressed proteins, compatible with Sage-N's Sorcerer system, which provides processing throughput for protein identification.


The companies said that the benefits of the integration should be immediately available to joint customers of the Sorcerer and Elucidator systems.


Sage-N Research and Rosetta Biosoftware also said they intend to collaborate in supporting the combined systems for customers.

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