NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Applied Biosystems said today that it has signed formal agreements with Geospiza and GenomeQuest in an effort to develop bioinformatics tools for analyzing and managing data generated by its SOLiD next-generation sequencing system.
 
Under the terms of the agreement with Geospiza, ABI expanded an existing relationship with the firm to ensure that Geospiza’s Finch software, originally designed to automate sequencing workflows for capillary electrophoresis systems, will support the SOLiD system.

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