NEW YORK, April 9 – IconMedialab said Monday it has signed an agreement to develop visualization software for access to Celera Genomics’ human genome data. 

IconMedialab has worked over the last two years to construct visualization software for Celera’s data. The Genome Browser software in development will enable commercial access to Celera’s human genome data. 

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