Days after it announced the resignation of CEO Toni Schuh, Sequenom last week said it plans to expand its presence in the gene-expression market by launching an enhanced software package.

Company spokeswoman Amy Caterina told BioArray News that the new software would be the first of several new products to be released, and that it would be formally presented at the HUGO 10th Annual Human Genome Meeting in Kyoto, Japan, on April 18.

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