Washington State University Extends MetaCore Licenses From GeneGo
MetaCore's 4.0 have features that give researchers a multi-level analysis of experimental data with respect to functional processes, diseases and consensus pathways in just one click.
"We have been loyal MetaCore users for quite some time now and we have been able to make significant progress in our projects supported by the Department of Energy's Low Dose Radiation Research Program," said Dr. John Miller, Associate Professor, Washington State University Tri-Cities, and Emeritus staff member at Pacific Northwest National Labs.
"The software helped us to interpret proteomic data from irradiated cells and to identify pathways responsible for cytokine release following radiation exposure."
"Understanding these pathways is important for both radiation protection standards and effective use of radiation therapy to treat cancer."
"We like the openness of MetaCore that allows us to understand our data in terms of biological processes, not just lists of identified proteins."
Dr. Miller focuses on biological and environmental research including radiation induced protein release.
"We are very pleased that an exemplary academic such as Professor Miller finds high value in MetaCore as a research tool," said Julie Bryant, Vice President of Business Development at GeneGo.
"Academic scientists are a fast growing and invaluable customer base for GeneGo."
"We like working with academics because of the high quality of research and challenging yet constructive feedback."
"GeneGo is known as the innovator in functional analysis, and many of our development ideas come from academic collaborations and requests."