CLC Bio Opens up Informatics Platform to Third-Party Developers, Taps Omixon as First Partner | GenomeWeb

By Uduak Grace Thomas

In an attempt to meet the demand for niche bioinformatics applications —particularly for next-generation sequencing — CLC bio is reaching out to third-party developers to create software that targets more specialized markets.

In line with this strategy, the firm this week announced the availability of the Omixon Gapped SOLiD Alignment plugin for its CLC Genomics Workbench.

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