Inova, GNS Collaborate on Models for Predicting Preterm Birth Risk | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Inova Translational Medicine Institute and GNS Healthcare today announced a deal to develop and commercialize computer models based on GNS' technology.

The models will be built using GNS' Reverse Engineering and Forward Simulation data analysis platform, next-generation sequencing, and electronic medical record data that can predict preterm live birth risk, Inova and GNS said.

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