University of Nebraska-Lincoln To Use Rosetta Resolver for Agricultural Research | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Rosetta Biosoftware said today that the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has licensed its Rosetta Resolver gene expression analysis software.
 
The UNL Center for Biotechnology will use the software to study plant gene expression and regulation, including gene regulatory networks in Arabidopsis and chromatin-remodeling events that influence gene expression.
 

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