NEW YORK, Feb 14 – SciMagix, a Redwood Shores, Calif.-based bioinformatics company, unveiled its ProteinMine software for analyzing 2-d electrophoresis gels Wednesday.

The software is designed to search 2-d gels according to size, shape, location, and intensity of protein spots, in order to find combinations of protein patterns and protein expression patterns. 

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