SGI Develops Computational Platform for Malaysian Genome Institute | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – SGI said today it has deployed a computational solution for the Malaysian Genome Institute’s research programs.
 
MGI is a network-based organization focused on tropical bioresources and uses genome sequencing, comparative and functional genomics, and structural biology.
 
SGI said it worked with Quantum Beez Sdn Bhd, which formerly was called Open Source Systems, to design and develop the hybrid system for MGI.
 

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