Silicon Genetics Signs First GeNet Customer; Contemplates Going Public in Three Months | GenomeWeb

Silicon Genetics has sold its enterprise-wide gene expression software application, GeNet, to the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Research Foundation, marking the first commercial sale of the product.

The two-year deal will cost the foundation somewhere in the six-figure range. GeNet and the company’s desktop product GeneSpring are being installed on 20 workstations to be used in the foundation’s three core research labs. The products will also be accessible throughout the university, secured by a password system.

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