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Bayer CropScience chooses BioNumerics as global data analysis platform

Applied Maths today announces that Bayer CropScience has decided to implement the BioNumerics platform globally for its plant breeding program. The choice for BioNumerics was incentivized by the software’s comprehensive databasing and analysis tools, enabling workers to deploy one uniform software platform for diverse projects and techniques.

CDC chooses BioNumerics to monitor HIV drug resistance in US Global Health Initiative

HIV researchers at CDC and across the globe are keeping close watch on the rapid mutations of HIV and its threat of resistance to current and novel therapies. In order to track variant, atypical and drug resistant HIV strains, smart systems are required that can rapidly process information from multiple sources into clear and reportable summarizations. Critical understanding of mutations in HIV is needed to allow physicians and public health policy makers to make treatment decisions and to create preventive measures.

Applied Maths closes partnership for optical genome mapping of MRSA

Applied Maths has entered into a partnership with 5 leading research and knowledge centers in the Netherlands to develop a methodology for the characterization of the genomic content of livestock-associated micro-organisms using the optical genome mapping technology. Optical mapping is a technology that rapidly generates high-resolution, ordered, whole genome restriction maps from single DNA molecules and is a valuable tool in understanding the genome organization, in facilitating de novo assembly, and as a portable high-resolution bacterial typing technique.

Applied Maths successfully expands its customer base

Applied Maths NV proudly announces that it has acquired a record number of new customers in 2010. The company now has an impressive customer base of over 2,300 unique organizations in 94 countries, including universities, governmental and non-profit research centers, food and quality inspection agencies, public health centers, hospitals and clinical research labs, pharmaceutical and biotech companies, food industry, etc.

BioNumerics version 6.5 released - Focus on NextGen sequencing

Applied Maths NV today announces the release of version 6.5 of its flagship software suite BioNumerics. The BioNumerics software provides a universal platform for databasing and analysis of 1D patterns, 2D gels, phenotype arrays, and DNA/protein sequences. The software provides powerful databasing, integrated networking and a wide range of data mining, clustering, identification, and statistical applications. BioNumerics is designed for lab-wide databasing and analysis of biodata in laboratories of any size and is in use in thousands of public and private research sites worldwide.

GelCompar II version 6.1 released

Applied Maths NV today announces the release of version 6.1 of its pattern analysis software GelCompar II. The GelCompar II software provides a powerful platform for databasing and analysis of all kinds of 1D patterns, including electrophoresis fingerprints, MALDI and SELDI profiles, gas chromatography, HPLC, and spectrophotometry patterns and any other type of densitometric records. The software provides powerful databasing, integrated networking and a wide range of data mining, clustering, identification, and statistical applications.

BioNumerics version 6.1 released - Scaling up to chromosomes

Applied Maths NV today announces the release of version 6.1 of its flagship software suite BioNumerics. The BioNumerics software provides a universal platform for databasing and analysis of 1D patterns, 2D gels, phenotype arrays, and DNA/protein sequences. The software provides powerful databasing, integrated networking and a wide range of data mining, clustering, identification, and statistical applications. BioNumerics is designed for lab-wide databasing and analysis of biodata in laboratories of any size and is in use in thousands of public and private research sites worldwide.

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