To get the full value out of microarray data, you have to strip the noise out of it, take many experimental variables into account, and apply complex statistical analyses. That''s a challenge not being adequately met by instrument manufacturers or the developers of bioinformatics software, according to Corimbia executive Ali Zareh, and his company is aiming to fill the gap.

"We are in a unique niche," said Zarah. "Upstream from analysis packages, and downstream from the instrument."

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