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Swiss Microarray Consortium Licenses Silicon Genetics Software

NEW YORK, May 28-Swiss Array Consortium members will use Silicon Genetics software for microarray-based data analysis, the company said today.


The Swiss Array Consortium promotes and coordinates research into gene expression analysis, microarrays and informatics.


Consortium members that have licensed Silicon Genetics' GeneSpring microarray software include Basel's Biozentrum, the University of Bern, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, and the Swiss Institute for Bioinformatics in Lausanne.


Silicon Genetics, based in Redwood City, Calif., develops and sells gene and protein expression software and informatics products.

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