Appistry, LifeMap Partner on NGS Data Analysis | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Cloud computing company Appistry today announced a partnership and reseller agreement to integrate LifeMap Sciences' databases into the outputs of genomics pipelines running on Appistry's Ayrris computing environment.

Under the terms of the deal, St. Louis-based Appistry will market next-generation sequencing analysis outputs and reports that include LifeMap's GeneCards and MalaCards data to clinicians and researchers as part of a revenue-sharing arrangement based on the sales of such reports.

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