NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Cancer Institute is using Interactive Supercomputing’s database-mining software for genomic profiling at its pediatric oncology branch, the ISC said today.
 
NCI will use ISC’s Star-P in conjunction with other software to correlate information from genomic arrays with databases to search for genetic components.
 
Star-P is an interactive parallel software platform that uses high performance computers, according to the ISC.
 

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