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Freeware (Free)
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926
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Windows All
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Peter Lemkin(more)
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Microarray Explorer (MAExplorer) is a Java-based data-mining facility for cDNA or oligonucleiotide microarray databases. It may be downloaded and run as a stand-alone application on your computer. It integrated exploratory data analysis environment will provide tools for the data-mining of various quantitative expression profiles across multiple microarrays.



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· Java Runtime Environment

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