NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Genedata today announced a collaboration with the General Optimization of Biogasprocesses (GOBI) for the use of Genedata Selector software "to optimize their biogas fermentation processes."

The consortium will use the software solution for genomic data analysis and management to analyze high-throughput sequencing data, gene expression data, and genotype-phenotype relationships. The collaboration will also serve as a centralized knowledge management and analysis platform for the members of the GOBI consortium.

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