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DNA Software, Inc. Awarded $2.5 M in NIH Funding to Develop Pioneering Nucleic Acid-based Technologies
Date:7/22/2009

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DNA Software recently released its first software product for modified nucleotides. The Modifieds™ software module allows users to simulate and design assays that incorporate modified nucleotides within the OMP™ program. Modifieds™ currently includes LNA, PNA, DeoxyU, Morpholino, Inosine, Iso-C, and Iso-G. DNA Software is currently deriving additional thermodynamic parameters for many more modified nucleotides in its wet lab. These parameters will be released to each customer as they become available and as part of the Modifieds™ software license. Modifieds™ is a unique product on the market. Leading research organizations, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, are utilizing Modifieds™ to improve their assay development.

About DNA Software, Inc.:
DNA Software, Inc. was founded in 2000 to commercialize the advances in nucleic acid chemistry discovered by world-renowned expert Dr. John SantaLucia, Jr. (the company's Chief Scientific Officer). DNA Software's technologies have become the standard of excellence for nucleic acid research and diagnostics development.

DNA Software is a unique software company considering that it conducts original wet lab research. The company's software programs are the most accurate and comprehensive tools available because their advanced algorithms and models are driven by a large database of thousands of diverse, wet lab-derived, experimental results. DNA Software's tools correctly design and simulate complicated experiments on the first attempt. Customers can simulate thousands of experiments with the software before running a single experiment in a wet lab. Thus, DNA Software's technologies save customers significant time, resources, and money that would have been wasted on trial-and-error experimentation.

DNA Software offers contract research, custom software development, commercial web applications, and scientific consulting f
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