MENLO PARK, Calif.--Bio informatics startup companies all face the same challenge: to provide solutions to help pharmaceutical and life sciences companies grapple with genomic data overload. But bioinformatics firms do not share a single philosophy for how best to serve this market. BioInform spoke recently with entrepreneurs at six bioinformatics companies that provide data mining and gene discovery technologies about their approaches to meeting the industry's needs.

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