NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Life sciences software developer DNAStar said today that it has joined the BioIT Alliance, the Microsoft-led effort to develop biomedical software and technologies that will enable personalized medicine.

DNAStar makes the Lasergene sequence analysis software suite, the SeqMan NGen for next-generation sequencing data, the GeneVision data visualization software, and the ArrayStar microarray and RNA-Seq gene expression software.

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