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NEW YORK – Euformatics said Thursday that it has engaged Brazilian life sciences product distributor Síntese Biotecnologia to help it expand into the Latin American market for next-generation sequencing informatics.

Síntese, of Belo Horizonte, Brazil, will have Brazilian distribution rights to OmnomicsNGS, Euformatics' CE-marked variant interpretation and reporting software, as well as to OmnomicsQ, a quality control tool, the companies said.

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