Data management solution aids systems biology

Swiss computational biology provider Genedata has signed a contract with the Freiburg Initiative for Systems Biology to provide its Phylospher and Expressionist software (Frisys).

Frisys analyses the of signalling processes in the growth and development of both human, bacteria and plant cells. Genedata has customised its data management software to analyse the large amounts of data generated by Frisys, which analyses the signalling processes in the growth and development of human, animal, plant, and bacteria cells.

'Scientists from developmental biology and plant sciences as well as from the medical field are joining forces for our systems biology projects,' explained Dr Wolfgang Hess from Frisys. 'stablishing a data management and analysis solution that can accommodate a wide range of needs was a prerequisite.'

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