NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – United Devices and Golden Helix will partner to make two of Golden Helix’s genomics software applications interoperable with United Devices’ Grid MP software, the companies said today.
 
Under the agreement, Golden Helix’s Helix Tree and PBAT analysis platforms, which are used in genome-wide association studies, will be integrated to work with United Devices’ grid system to enhance their capacities and speed, the companies said.
 

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