The Molecular Statistics and Bioinformatics Section of the National Cancer Institute has released its BRB ArrayTools integrated micro-array data analysis package for the analysis of cDNA and oligonucleotide array expression data.
BRB ArrayTools is freely available to government, academic, and non-profit users and can be licensed from the NIH for commercial purposes. It is available at http://linus. nci.nih.gov/BRB-ArrayTools.html.
Gene Logic of Gaithersburg, Md., has launched the GeneExpress Cardiovascular DataSuite for use in cardiovascular drug discovery and development programs.
The Cardiovascular DataSuite is a subset of the GeneExpress Suite and comprises a diverse set of normal and diseased human cardiac and vascular tissues from a broad cross-section of individuals, races, medication regimens, lifestyles, disease stages, and other demographic and/or clinical parameters.
Subscribers to the Cardiovascular DataSuite will have access to Gene Logic''s GeneExpress 2000 software platform.
Incellico, based in Durham, NC, is releasing two products: its Arrayex web-based software for gene expression analysis and the Coded Electronic Life Library (CELL), a data cross-referencing and integration toolkit.
Arrayex allows users to store, annotate, and analyze post-imaging gene expression data. It can be run through Incellico’s portal at www.incellico.com.
CELL offers a toolkit for searching and visualizing experimental data against public databases.