Japanese Paper Co. to Use Rosetta Resolver for Wood Gene Expression Analysis | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The Oji Paper Company, based in Tokyo, has licensed Rosetta Biosoftware's Resolver gene expression platform, Rosetta said today.
 
Oji plans to use the software to characterize gene expression profiles of wood-forming tissues in its Forestry Research Institute, which employs biotechnology to study issues such as tree afforestation and paper manufacturing.
 

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