SPECIAL CONFERENCE REPORT: Flood of New Microarray Data Analysis Packages Presents Dizzying Array of Choices for Customers | GenomeWeb

Anyone who has walked through the exhibition hall of a recent genomics conference can testify that the offerings in microarray data analysis software can overwhelm the senses. Not only has just about every existing player in the increasingly crowded field rolled out a new release, Packard (now part of PerkinElmer) and startups such as Gene Network Systems, Molecular Mining, and Iobion Informatics, have introduced their own data analysis packages.

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