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Genedata and Singapore Cancer Center Collaborate on Cancer Diagnostics

Genedata said last week that the National Cancer Center Singapore (NCCS) has licensed its Expressionist microarray analysis software system as part of a collaborative project on cancer diagnostics.

Researchers at the NCCS will use the software to identify minimal sets of diagnostic marker genes for classifying tissues and cancer types into subclasses and to identify the function of genes involved in tumor development and progression.

 

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