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Imaging Research of St. Catharines, Canada, has released version 7.0 of its ArrayVision image analysis software. The new version includes a protein analysis module to analyze protein arrays in microplates and on slides. Further information and a downloadable evaluation version of ArrayVision are available at www.imagingresearch.com.

Contentsoft of Munich, Germany has released GeneViz 2.0, a microarray data analysis tool featuring double conjugated clustering, singular value decomposition sorting, and principal component analysis with 3D visualization. The software is freely available to qualifying non-commercial institutions at www.contentsoft.de/download.php.

The Scan

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