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Integromics Signs up Swedish, Czech Partner

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Bioinformatics company Integromics said today that it will collaborate with Tataa Biocenter in Sweden and the Czech Republic to provide training in qPCR analysis using Integromics' RealTime StatMiner software platform.

The RealTime StatMiner software was developed through a partnership with Applied Biosystems and is used to organize data and perform validated analysis of qPCR and microarray data.

Based in Gothenberg, Sweden, Tataa Biocenter offers qPCR services to pharmaceutical companies, universities, government research institutes, and universities.

"Our data analysis courses are designed for teachers, technicians, and post-graduate students without specialist training, and RealTime StatMiner provides these users with an array of powerful, easy-to-use data analysis tools," Tataa Biocenter Chairman Mikael Kubista said in a statement.

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