GenomeQuest, Pathogenica Partner on Services for Infectious Disease Research | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GenomeQuest and Pathogenica today announced a partnership to offer discovery services in infectious disease research.

The deal combines Pathogenica's technology for detecting and sub-selecting pathogen genomes in human tissue with GenomeQuest's large-scale whole genome, exome, and microbiome analysis. Services to be offered include research into the interaction between the human microbiome and human genome, the firms said.

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