posted on September 25, 2007 01:00
Reno, NV, September 25, 2007 – Biotique Systems, Inc. today announced that Yale University has licensed XRAY, the gene expression analysis system for analyzing the Affymetrix Microarrays.
"We find that XRAY is an intuitive and powerful tool for the analysis of Affymetrix Exon Array data,” said the principal investigator at Yale, Shrikant Mane, director of the Microarray Resource in the W.M. Keck Foundation Biotechnology Resource Laboratory at Yale.
“It’s an honor and distinct pleasure to be working with the Yale Microarray Resource. We look forward to working with Yale and our growing customer base to make microarray analyses faster, more effective, and accessible,” said John Burke, Biotique Systems’ President and CSO.
About Biotique XRAY:
-Is a fast, accurate, and powerful Microsoft® Excel® ‘add-in’ that performs normalization and analysis on very large sets of Affymetrix arrays.
-Finds differential gene expression and alternative splicing with exon and gene arrays.
-Identifies potential binding regions with Affymetrix tiling arrays.
-Performs normalization and analysis on very large probe sets and many arrays, even using laptops with modest memory and processor power.
About Biotique Systems, Inc.
Biotique Systems is a privately held company that helps pharmaceutical, agriculture and biotechnology companies increase productivity by providing customizable, enterprise-wide solutions for integrating, analyzing and sharing knowledge assets. By bringing together people, projects, disparate data sources and workflow applications Biotique Systems is helping leading companies such as Bayer-Schering Pharma, Monsanto and Affymetrix integrate information from discovery programs across disparate research disciplines and geographic locations to facilitate innovation and discovery.
Biotique is enabling the next generation of pharmaceutical, agricultural, and biotechology discovery and development. For more information about Biotique Systems, call 775-787-9900, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.biotiquesystems.com