NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Bioinformatics firm BioDiscovery and genomic service provider Akesogen today announced a co-marketing deal, which they said will provide customers a complete end-to-end solution for cytogenomic array and next-generation sequencing services. 

Financial and other terms of the deal were not disclosed. 

As part of the agreement, samples obtained from Akesogen's laboratory will be analyzed with BioDiscovery's software solutions, "allowing users to easily process their samples and convert raw data into meaningful results," the partners said in a statement. 

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