Qlucore, Lund, Sweden, and Nebion, Zurich, Switzerland, have joined forces to provide scientists with an end-to-end solution for gene expression analyses, combining Qlucore Omics Explorer and Genevestigator.
Qlucore Omics Explorer provides statistical tools and visualizations, enabling biologists to analyze their own data. Genevestigator provides meta-analysis tools together with curated public data, allowing biologists to explore expression data and interpret results in a data-driven manner. Qlucore Omics Explorer and Genevestigator are complementary tools that, when used together, provide scientists with a complete range of options from data storage, preprocessing, analysis, and interpretation, to comparison with public datasets. Specifically, the combination enables users to analyze expression data sets in full detail, characterize gene lists, and interpret results in a broad biological context. The companies aim to provide a straightforward solution to streamline efforts in translational medicine and drug discovery.
“We are delighted to announce the close collaboration between Nebion and Qlucore and educate biologists in how they can benefit from using the combination of these powerful and user-friendly tools for data analysis and interpretation,” says Carl-Johan Ivarsson, president of Qlucore.
In 2018, Qlucore and Nebion will collaborate closely to support the research community in the combined use of Qlucore Omics Explorer and Genevestigator for advanced gene expression analyses. Both companies announced that they will host targeted seminars and webinars for research biologists in order to demonstrate how to utilize these tools for data exploration and analysis.
“This collaboration demonstrates how advanced statistics and search engine technology can help making expression data analysis easier and more meaningful,” says Philip Zimmermann, PhD, chief executive of Nebion. “The combination of our tools will allow biologists to see both the details of their study and the broader picture by integration with curated public studies.”