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IRKLAND, Wash.--In a study published in the February 4 edition of Science, researchers from Rosetta Inpharmatics, Queen’s University, and Mount Sinai Hospital described the use of Rosetta’s FlexJet DNA Microarray technology and Resolver Expression Data Analysis System for genome-wide transcript profiling to track signal transduction pathways in yeast.

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