Agilent Taps Strand to Add Features from Stratagene's ArrayAssist to GeneSpring 9.0 | GenomeWeb
This article has been updated from a previous version to correct the name of Stratagene's pathway analysis software.
 
Using developers from Strand Life Sciences, Agilent is merging the ArrayAssist microarray analysis software it picked up as part of its acquisition of Stratagene earlier this year with its GeneSpring array analysis platform. The latter was part of the cache from its purchase of Silicon Genetics three years ago.
 

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