NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Genetic-association software maker Golden Helix has expanded its collaboration program for copy number variation analysis research to include five new academic partners, the company said today.
 
Golden Helix said it has agreed to provide data processing, quality control analysis, and consulting services in exchange for the purchase of its software and feedback on its products and services.
 

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