Qlucore, a developer of bioinformatics software, has announced a licence contract with Cambridge Protein Arrays
Qlucore, a provider of bioinformatics visualization and analysis software, has launched the latest version of Qlucore Omics Explorer 3.4.
Qlucore and Nebion have started a collaboration to provide scientists with an end-to-end solution for gene expression analysis, by combining Qlucore Omics Explorer and Genevestigator into a single end to end software package
Rodin Therapeutics, a venture-backed biotechnology company that develops therapeutics for neurological disorders has announced that it uses Qlucore Omics Explorer to characterise its compounds response to treatment.
Qlucore, a provider of bioinformatics visualisation software, has announced the beta version of Qlucore Omics Explorer 3.3. This includes a completely new Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) Module, and range of new functionalities for the base version.
The NGS Module will enable additional functionality related to data generated with NGS technologies which will make it possible to dynamically visualise and analyse NGS data.
As part of its continued expansion into the US market Qlucore has announced the appointment of a new sales manager for the mid-Atlantic region, Beth Repetti.
Qlucore, a developer of bioinformatics software, has announced the launch of the Mac version of Qlucore Omics Explorer 3.1 data analysis software
Qlucore, a leader in the development of bioinformatics software, has announced a partnership with TATAA Biocenter, the worldÂ´s premier organizer of hands-on training in molecular diagnostics and EuropeÂ´s leading provider of genomic services
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