Ocimum Biosolutions, Arrayjet | GenomeWeb

Ocimum Biosolutions, Arrayjet

Ocimum Biosolutions this week launched Genowiz 4.0, a gene-expression data-analysis software package.
According to Ocimum, Genowiz allows researchers to organize experimental information, import data files quickly, work simultaneously with multiple experiments, import gene-annotation files, pre-process and normalize data, perform cluster analysis, classify and view gene information, perform functional classification, and track down intricate correlations in data by performing pathway analysis.

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