Perkin-Elmer GenScope Builds Application to Monitor Gene Expression | GenomeWeb

FOSTER CITY, Calif.--Perkin-Elmer GenScope, a division of PE Applied Biosystems, announced that it is using Persistence Software's PowerTier application server to build a distributed gene monitoring application. The system will allow pharmaceutical companies worldwide to access and analyze critical test results immediately, using Java clients communicating over a secure internet or intranet connection, the company claimed. Pharma-ceutical companies will benefit by being able to speed their ability to bring new drugs to market, said Perkin-Elmer.

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