Agilent to Integrate GeneSpring, Resolver In Bid to Appeal to Broader Customer Base | GenomeWeb

Agilent Technologies and Rosetta Biosoftware last week announced plans to integrate Agilent's GeneSpring desktop gene-expression analysis package with the Rosetta Resolver enterprise-scale expression analysis system.

The agreement will marry two gene expression software packages marketed by Agilent. The company picked up GeneSpring in its acquisition of Silicon Genetics last November, and has served as the exclusive distributor for Rosetta Resolver since 1999.

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