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RNA-Seq – News and Features

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Within the Next 10 Years it is Anticipated that Metabolomics will Become a Standard Tool in the Pharma Industry

Research and Markets announces the addition of "The Future of Metabolomics: Building Competitive Advantage in Drug Discovery, Clinical Development and Diagnostics"
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Next to Neanderthal: Human Great Ape Genome Helps Understand the Evolution of Man

Max Planck will use Roche’s Genome Sequencer 20 system to produce a draft genome sequence for the Bonobo or Pygmy Chimpanzee.
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Technical University Munich Licences Genomatix Microarray Analysis Pipeline

The agreement gives Center for Nurtigenomics full access to the Genomatix Microarray Analysis Pipeline.
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Genedata Collaborates with HepatoSys Systems Biology Competence Network

Genedata has developed a computational system to analyze molecular processes in mammalian liver cells.
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Genedata Collaborates with €12.6M European Cancer Research Consortium

Company will provide research informatics for the consortium’s efforts to improve cancer diagnosis and treatment.
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Genedata Collaborates with Kluyver Centre for Genomics of Industrial Fermentation

Research involves sequencing, genome-wide functional studies and strain and process design.
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Investigating Leukaemias Using Proteomics Technologies from Applied Biosystems

Researchers are using Applied Biosystems’ MS Systems to systematically analyse the proteomes of normal and malignant stem cells.
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ExonHit Expands Splicearray Line on Affymetrix Microarray Platform

SpliceArray products are now available on both Agilent and Affymetrix microarray platforms.
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Almac Licenses the Rosetta Resolver System

Almac licenses the Rosetta Resolver® system for use in the development of microarray-based approaches for diagnosing cancer.
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GenoLogics to Provide Platform and Data Management System to SGUL

The system combines the capability of managing the complex data arising from conventional proteomic studies.
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