By Uduak Grace Thomas

Astrid Research is looking to differentiate itself in the market for next-generation sequence analysis tools by offering users a combined hardware/software solution that it hopes will appeal to users with limited IT resources.

The Debrecen, Hungary-based company recently released GenoMiner, a next-generation sequencing data-analysis system that includes proprietary algorithms as well as open source software designed to help users process and analyze their sequence data.

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