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Ingenuity Announces RNA-Sequencing Workflow Support and First-of-Its-Kind microRNA Filtering Capability With Latest Release of IPA
Date:3/15/2011

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., March 15, 2011 – Ingenuity® Systems, a leading provider of information and analytics solutions for life science researchers, today announced new features to support RNA-Sequencing workflows and microRNA research in IPA®. Processed RNA-Seq datasets can now be uploaded directly into IPA and analyzed in the context of pathways and diseases for a rich biological interpretation of the data. This helps researchers quickly and accurately focus on the most important information within their large RNA-Seq datasets quickening the pace of research. IPA also now includes a unique new microRNA Target Filter, making IPA the only commercially available tool that allows researchers to examine both predicted and experimentally demonstrated microRNA-mRNA pairings, prioritize targets based on relevant biological context, and visualize the molecular interactions of those target relationships and related biological impacts.

"The new microRNA Target Filter plus the additional microRNA content is an ideal combination to help prioritize miRNA target interactions," stated Aaron Sarver Ph.D., University of Minnesota. "IPA users can quickly filter those interactions based on relevant biology, and then visualize the biological effects of target interactions. IPA makes it much simpler to find interesting insights, and allows me to systematically utilize the miRNA literature to generate novel testable hypotheses."

"Whether our customers are working with 'omics or next-generation sequencing platforms, there is a fundamental gap between the output of data and the ability to analyze and interpret the results in a meaningful biological way," stated Doug Bassett, Ph.D., CSO and CTO, Ingenuity Systems.  "IPA 9.0 narrows this gap with support for new platforms, new analytics, and complementary new content all designed to support key needs of our customers, such as biological interpretation of microRNA and NGS datasets.  IPA has become the
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