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Genedata Imagence 2.0

Genedata has released Genedata Imagence 2.0, the latest version of its enterprise software high-content screening image analysis. The new version offers full end-to-end automation, reducing the time spent on image analysis by an order of magnitude. It enables the analysis of complex phenotypic assay formats without extensive expert input, and the transfer of gained knowledge to new experimental setups. It has also been further optimized for use of distributed computing resources. In particular, the parallelization of image analysis steps results in massive time and cost savings, the company said. Similar to other components of the Genedata Biopharma Platform, the new software can be deployed using on-demand cloud computing service providers like Amazon Web Services.

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