Huntington s Disease Database Provides First Glimpse of 3rd Millennium s PIMS Technology | GenomeWeb

Bioinformatics consulting firm 3rd Millennium recently completed development of a distributed web-based gene expression repository for Huntington’s disease research supported by the Hereditary Disease Foundation. Over 60 researchers at 20 different universities across the US will be able to search across data in the NeuMetrix data repository, which currently contains more than 15,000 data files from microarray experiments conducted by the HDF’s Hereditary Disease Array Group.

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