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NEW YORK, Nov 8 – Rosetta Inpharmatics and Gemini Genomics, a population genetics company, announced Wednesday they would collaborate to identify and characterize genes and expression profiles associated with common diseases. 

Gemini chose Rosetta because of Rosetta’s “unsurpassed” capabilities in gene expression informatics, Gemini CEO Paul Kelly said in a statement.  

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