Edico Genome Preps for Launch of ASIC Infrastructure for NGS; Touts Low Cost, Speed as Differentiators | GenomeWeb

San Diego, Calif.-based Edico Genome is preparing to launch its first product for the bioinformatics market, an application-specific integrated circuit system for next-generation sequence data analysis called the Dragen Wavefront Processor, which consists of a chip loaded with proprietary algorithms for mapping, alignment, sorting, and variant calling.

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