NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Human Longevity will use imaging data from CorTechs Labs for the genomic and phenotypic database Human Longevity is building, the companies announced today.

CorTechs will provide quantitative evaluations of specially acquired magnetic resonance imaging data that will be integrated with other information from Human Longevity, including results from genome and microbiome sequencing, as well as metabolomics and proteomics data "to provide the most complete description of health ever assembled," the partners said in a statement.

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