NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Ambry Genetics said today that under a new exclusive agreement it will provide bioinformatics services from SoftGenetics to its next-generation sequencing customers.

The genomics and clinical services firm said it will offer SoftGenetics' NextGENe software for projects it performs in its labs. The NextGENe analysis software works in a freestanding Windows-based program and is compatible with all major next-generation sequencing systems, Ambry said.

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