Statistics Software Firms Size up Genomics; Three Microarray Products Due to Launch | GenomeWeb

Three well-established statistics companies are getting ready to stake their claims in the genomics market with customized products for gene expression analysis and statistical genetics.

Just last month, SAS released SAS Genetics for the analysis of genetic markers, including linkage disequilibrium and haplotype reconstruction, and has already attracted several customers, according to Russ Wolfinger, director of SAS’s genomics group.

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