Digital Gene Technologies Releases Netscape-Based TOGA Browser 1.1 | GenomeWeb

LA JOLLA, Calif.--Digital Gene Technologies, a bioinformatics and genomics company here, has released version 1.1 of its Netscape-based TOGA Browser user interface, which is expected to improve user access to the company's patented Total Gene expression Analysis (TOGA) bioinformatics package. TOGA identifies and determines the concentration of nearly all of the genes active in a cell or tissue sample and offers a new approach to defining the function of the genes comprising any genome, according to Digital.

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