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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Microarray software developer InfoQuant has joined the Microsoft’s BioIT Alliance.

The London-based company provides DNA microarray data analysis solutions used by cytogeneticists to make DNA array information useful in their diagnostics workflows.

The software is aimed at clinical use in hospitals, research institutes, and biotechnology companies.

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