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Microarray analysis and software

From: <gsa-rostock@t-online.de>
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2005 18:34:47 +0000
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Dear Sir or Madam,

the society for software development and analytics (GSA) was founded to plan and analyze micorarray experiments from the company AffyMetrix(TM).

We would like to provide our services to you.
We analze your array experiments fast and reliable.
The software that we developed for it can be downloaded as demo version.

Range of functions:
    - analysis and visualization of all arrays of the company Affymetrix(TM)
    - normalization and migration of raw data (3'/5', T-Test, AVG, ...)
    - provision of additional information (gene names, proteins, functions, ...)
    - methods of analysis and export functions to SPSS and R
    - classification into metabolic and regularization paths (1000+ pathways from KEGG, GenMAPP, ...)
    - integrated pathway editor (very easy to use)
    - easy to use function prediction for each probeset
    - ...

Have we drawn your interest?

  GENOM 2005 Infos:       http://www.gsa-online.de/eng/genom.html
  GENOM 2005 Download:    http://gsa.nothingreal.biz/genom2005_demo.zip

There is also a video available wich explaints the program in detail. If you are interisted in it write us a mail and we send it by post for free.

All price information concerning the analysis of microarray experiment or the purchase of the software licence can be taken from our internet site. For any details please contact us directly.

With kind regards Thomas Scheel, Sven Bansemer
GSA - Softwaredevelopment and Analytics
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Phone: +49 (0)381 7006224
E-Mail: info@gsa-online.de
Website: http://www.gsa-online.de
Management: Thomas Scheel, Sven Bansemer
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