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GenomeQuest has released GQ-PMR, a genomic reference system for personalized medicine-based research that is targeted at pharmaceutical companies who want to integrate raw data from public whole genome studies, such as the 1000 Genome Project, directly into their private research.

GQ-PMR includes three components: the aggregation, normalization, and hosting of raw public data; workflows that integrate this public data with private research data; and access to the GenomeQuest comparison engine and analysis tools.

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