By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GenomeQuest and Beth Israel Deaconness Medical Center announced a two-year collaboration on Wednesday to develop whole-genome analysis applications.

The deal initially will provide the medical center's pathology department with applications that will allow doctors and patients to make use of predictive genomic information. GenomeQuest will provide whole-genome data management and analysis capabilities for all next-generation projects being conducted by the department.

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