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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Boston University's Ryan Center for Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation has tapped a newly launched startup to supply genomic and other data for a study on traumatic brain injury.

San Diego-based Seqster, which emerged from stealth mode today, said that it will offer BU researchers access to its personal health records platform that aggregates data from institutional electronic health records, wearable devices, family history reports, and genomic sequences.

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