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University of Washington Selects Enodar Genomic Data Management System

NEW YORK, April 28 - Data management software firm Enodar Biologic said today that it is partering with the University of Washington to build a web-based database for translational state array analysis, which studies the role of translation in regulating the cell cycle using gene and protein expression technologies.


The Translational State Array Analysis database will be used by researchers within the department of biochemistry at the University of Washington, and will also be available to researchers and the general public via a web browser interface.


The system is slated for completion in March of 2004.

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