By Uduak Grace Thomas

Biomatters said this week that it has partnered with Genewiz, a genomic services provider, to develop an analysis solution for both firms' customers that will streamline DNA-based services from ordering to data analysis.

Genewiz will provide its customers with sequencing results in Biomatters' Geneious file format, which will enable them to download data directly into the company's Geneious Pro software to visualize and analyze their results.

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Nature News reports that early users of Oxford Nanopore's hand-held MinIon are giddy about the technology and its uses. 

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