NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Dutch bioinformatics company Genalice today announced a partnership with Decode Genetics for large-scale testing of the DNA data processing software Genalice Map.

The companies successfully completed a first round that evaluated Genalice Map's speed and quality, and in the new partnership, they will evaluate up to an additional 10,000 full human genomes. Genalice is providing its bioinformatics product Genalice Vault, which is preloaded with Map for the processing of one human genome per minute.

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