NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Diamantina Institute at the University of Queensland will use IO Informatics’ software in its cancer research programs, the company said today.
The institute, which is situated at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane, Australia, will use the company’s Sentient Life Science software suite in its efforts

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