Agilent Takes a Step Closer to Systems Biology Goal With Silicon Genetics Buy | GenomeWeb

Taking aim at the top of the life sciences informatics market, Agilent has signed an agreement to acquire Silicon Genetics, the Redwood City, Calif.-based maker of the GeneSpring gene expression data analysis and management software. Meanwhile, the company also said that it has reaffirmed its commitment to developing and distributing Rosetta’s gene expression data analysis platforms.

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