NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Ingenuity Systems today announced it is partnering with Life Technologies to develop a joint solution to help physicians interpret information from Life Tech's molecular diagnostic tests.

Ingenuity will provide its software and content to interpreting physicians, such as molecular pathologists and medical geneticists, in a dedicated portal so that they can review disease management guidelines, identify clinical trials, and find especially useful insights from biomedical research.

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