Molecular Dynamics to Offer Spotfire Software; Spotfire Adds Executives | GenomeWeb

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--The research software company Spotfire announced a deal that will allow Molecular Dynamics to offer Spotfire Pro visual discovery software along with its precommercial Microarray Technology Access Programs and its commercial microarray systems. The product pairing will provide researchers and scientists with a complete system for filtering and analyzing data generated by genetic research, as well as integrating the data from drug discovery databases, according to Spotfire.

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