NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Finnish consumer genetic testing firm Negen has turned to BC Platforms for analysis of raw genomic data for clinical reporting purposes, the companies announced today.

Under terms of the new partnership, BC Platforms will run data collected by Negen through its data management system to inform Negen's risk-scoring algorithms. Further terms were not disclosed.

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