NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GeneGo has integrated Applied Biosystems’ tissue gene-expression database into its MetaCore data-mining platform, ABI said today.
 
Tatiana Nikolskaya, chief scientific officer and founder of GeneGo, said in a statement that her company has integrated the database as a tissue-expression filter in the firm’s latest product release “to replace the publicly available, but less consistent, UniGene data.”
 

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