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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Human Genome Sequencing Center at Baylor College of Medicine and DNAnexus today announced a collaboration aimed at the large-scale analysis of genomic data.

Seeking to tap into the burgeoning next-generation sequencing-based diagnostics market, DNANexus has begun offering cloud infrastructure for clinical testing laboratories to run their analysis pipelines and store data.

Station X has launched GenePool, a cloud-based software application to manage, analyze, and communicate genomic and clinical information. Users can analyze sequence information from both DNA and RNA to identify biomarkers.

Station X has launched GenePool, a cloud-based software application to manage, analyze, and communicate genomic and clinical information. Users can analyze sequence information from both DNA and RNA to identify biomarkers.

Eagle Genomics, a UK-based bioinformatics software and services provider, said this week that it plans to use a recent influx of funds to complete development on ElasticAp, a cloud-based analysis product that the company hopes to launch early next year.

DNAnexus has appointed Arthur Cole as general manager of Europe. He will be based in the UK and will be responsible for the company's marketing, sales, and business development activities across the European market.

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DNAnexus has hired Arthur Cole as general manager in charge of marketing, sales, and business development activities across the European market.

DNANexus said this week that it has hired Omar Serang to be its chief cloud officer.

DNAnexus has appointed Ken Kershner to vice president of engineering and Omar Serang to chief cloud officer, a newly created position.

DNANexus has hired Ken Kershner to serve as its vice president of engineering.

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