STOCKHOLM, July 5 – One of the leading complaints among scientific researchers is that current software solutions do not ensure the ability to make heads and tails of the massive amounts of gene expression data they generate.

Now, a Swedish company is hoping that its soon-to-be-released software will help researchers to eliminate this bottleneck.

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