GeneGo to Market Omicsoft’s Array Software | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GeneGo said today that it will sell Omicsoft’s array software as a bundled offering with its data mining suites.

The agreement covers Omicsoft’s Array Studio software and its Array Server solution, which will be marketed along with GeneGo’s Metacore and Metadrug suites. GeneGo will market these products on a global basis, excluding Japan.

The Array Studio software provides statistical and visualization analysis, and the Array Server allows users to store, share, search, and integrate microarray, SNP, and CNV data.

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