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Ingenuity Systems, Integromics Integrate Software

This article has been corrected to note that the RealTime StatMiner product belongs to Integromics and not Ingenuity Systems.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Ingenuity Systems said today that it has integrated its Pathway Analysis software with Integromics' RealTime StatMiner and Biomarker Discovery platforms for use in genomic analysis research.

The company said the integration will allow researchers to use the StatMiner for RT qPCR data analysis and the IBD for TIBCO Spotfire solution along with the Ingenuity Pathway Analysis software.

Scientists will use the integrated platforms to model, analyze, and understand gene expression data.

"Once significant genes are identified, researchers can now easily leverage the analysis capabilities and content in IPA to gain a deeper understanding of biological context and functions involved in their dataset," Integromics VP of R&D Alberto Pascual said in a statement.

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