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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Ludesi said yesterday that the Department of Pharmacology at Universidade de Santiago de Compostela in Spain has chosen to use the firm’s Basic package and Redfin software for 2D gel image analysis in its proteomics studies.
 
Ludesi introduced the Basic package earlier this year in an effort to make its bioinformatics products available to a broader market. It sells for €35 ($45) per gel, which the firm believes is an attractive alternative to its more expensive Ludesi Pro package.
 

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