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Omnigon Technologies, Gene Logic, Insightful


Omnigon Technologies of Carlsbad, Calif., has released hDx (High Dimensional Explorer), a pattern recognition tool that finds and stores data relationships. The company said the technology is suited for the assembly of DNA fragments, SNPs, waveform analysis, spectral analysis, and image analysis, including microarrays.

Gene Logic of Gaithersburg, Md., has launched two new modules for its GeneExpress product line: ToxSuites and ToxScreen Reports, segments of the company’s larger ToxExpress database. ToxSuites will initially contain two organ-specific data sets, in vivo liver and kidney. ToxScreen Reports provide assessments of potential liver toxicity of individual candidate compounds.

Insightful Miner Desktop Edition 2.0 is now available from Seattle-based Insightful. Users can create predictive models with the software’s point-and-click workflow-building feature. The software is available for Windows/NT and is licensed on a perpetual basis.


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