Molecular Mining, based in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, has released GeneLinker Platinum, a software-hardware combination for gene expression analysis.
Gene Linker Platinum uses the company’s patented SLAM (sub linear association mining) algorithm and a statistical ensemble of artificial neural networks to uncover underlying classification rules within complex sets, according to Molecular Mining.
The platform also comes with a suite of clustering and visualization protocols and is deployed in a pre-configured multi-processor workstation. The company said it would announce “a significant hardware partnership” soon.
A white paper describing a case study using GeneLinker Platinum is available at MMC’s web site, www.molecularmining.com.
Molecular Mining recently opened a new business headquarters in Cambridge, Mass.
Version 7.2 of the Pfam collection of protein domain family alignments is available from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute at www.sanger.ac.uk/Software/Pfam. Pfam 7.2 contains 3,735 families.