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TATAA to Use Qlucore's Software for NGS Services

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – TATAA Biocenter has signed an agreement with Swedish firm Qlucore to use Qlucore's Omics Explorer software to provide next-generation sequence data analysis services for its clients.

TATAA also intends to use Omics Explorer in its next-generation sequencing training courses, the firm said. TATAA organizes and provides training in all aspects of molecular analyses, biomarker research, and validation including experimental design, sample preparation, quality control, analysis, and modelling. The company also offers nucleic acid and protein analyses services.

Adding the solution to its portfolio will enable TATAA to provide "powerful analyses methods and offer comprehensive data and statistical analyses based on the latest validated approaches," Ellen Hanson, head of TATAA Biocenter's NGS services, said in a statement.

Financial and other terms of the agreement were not disclosed.



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