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NEW YORK – Armed with a recently awarded five-year $20 million contract from the US Food and Drug Administration to support its work on the PrecisionFDA platform, DNAnexus is working with Deloitte to enhance the platform's capabilities for sponsor-reviewer interaction, add support for multi-omics, and provide a library of analytical, statistical, and machine-learning applications.

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