Golden Helix said this week that it has tapped six academic partners to help it improve its new copy number-analysis software.
 
The company said it has signed six “inaugural” members for the effort so far: the University of California, Los Angeles; the Zucker Hillside Hospital; Montreal Heart Institute; Emory University; Case Western Reserve University; and University at Lübeck in Germany. It is in “negotiation and discussion” with 20 additional institutions, according to CEO Christophe Lambert.
 

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