DNAnexus Launches Web-Based Sequence Analysis Service amid Continuing Debate over Cloud Computing | GenomeWeb

By Vivien Marx

This article has been updated from a version posted April 21 to include additional comments from DNAnexus and outside comment.

BOSTON — Aiming to meet the growing demand for low-cost, user-friendly informatics options for next-generation sequence analysis, Stanford University spin-out DNAnexus this week launched a cloud-based data management and functional genomics analysis service for users of Illumina and SOLiD sequencers.

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