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Incogen to Develop Tools For Analysis with TimeLogic

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CLEMSON, SC--The Institute for Computational Genomics, a bioinformatics company here also known as Incogen, said it would collaborate with TimeLogic to develop and market tools for managing high-throughput sequence analysis. Incogen will develop Java-based graphical user interfaces to allow users of TimeLogic’s Decypher bioinformatics supercomputers to construct, manage, and visualize genomic analysis results.

 

Incogen also said it has added the High-Density Filter Reader to its suite of bioinform-atics analysis tools. Company president Maciek Sasinowski said the HDFR employs an efficient image recognition algorithm to quickly and accurately identify clone locations on high-density membranes. Demo versions of the product are available at http://www.incogen.com/hdfr .

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