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GenoLogics Includes GenVault Software in Its Biomedical Informatics Suite

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GenVault said Tuesday that GenoLogics, through a partnership agreement, will include the BioVault specimen management software in its Biomedical Informatics product.
The GenoLogics software is used to track observational studies, collect patient data at remote sites, provide biospecimen and clinical annotations management, and enable researchers to query clinical information. GenoLogics aims to market the Biomedical Informatics software, including BioVault, as a complement to its Research Informatics product line.
"We recognize the significance of biospecimen repositories with well annotated clinical information to biomedical research and have embarked on a strategic endeavor to provide a full product line of integrated software systems,” GenoLogics VP of market strategy James DeGreef said in a statement.

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