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Genedata provides Expressionist platform to Eisai Research Institute

Genedata has announced an agreement with the Eisai Research Institute (ERI) for the company’s Genedata Expressionist biomarker discovery platform.

Genedata Expressionist is a modular computational platform for biomarker discovery that integrates transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics data within a single enterprise software system. With sophisticated high-throughput data processing and automated workflows for quality assessment, statistical analysis and interpretation functionalities, the platform provides a single-point-of-access for all experimental data, including sample information, raw and pre-processed data, analysis results and documentation with reports.

Jens Hoefkens, managing director of Genedata, said: ‘We are very pleased to be working with the Eisai Research Institute in meeting its bio-IT infrastructure needs for biomarker validation. As the latest of an increasing series of Expressionist installations, we view the institute’s choice as further validation of Expressionist’s appeal to researchers seeking a common platform of tools and applications for biomarker identification with stringent quality control and open data sharing.’

 

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