WOBURN, Mass.--AlphaGene has bought TimeLogic's DeCypher server, a configurable, field-programmable gate array computer. The DeCypher technology will allow AlphaGene to analyze and annotate its proprietary database of approximately 50,000 unique human genes--of which approximately 41,000 genes are novel or not published in the public domain.

Donald McCarren, AlphaGene's CEO, predicted that the resource will help his company meet its "growing internal bioinformatics needs while simultaneously increasing our capabilities to better service our research clients and partners."

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