DoubleTwist Offers its Genomic Annotated XML Format Free to Public | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, July 9 - DoubleTwist released its genomic annotated XML format as a free, publicly available open standard, the company announced Monday.

AGAVE--Architecture for Genomic Annotation, Visualization and Exchange--was previously available only to DoubleTwist customers. It was originally developed by DoubleTwist as a bioinformatics architecture for high-throughput analysis of the human genome. 

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