This week, Isilon announced that the Medical College of Wisconsin has selected the company's storage resource to support its next-generation DNA sequencing operations.

The company said the Human and Molecular Genetics Center at the college chose to consolidate its genomic data processing, analysis, and archiving onto Isilon's X-Series system.

The center aims to use genomic sequences to understand the genetic roots of disease and to translate that information from the bench to the bedside.

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