Johns Hopkins Taps Knome to Analyze Data for 1K Genome Asthma Study | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine will use Knome's software and informatics services to analyze data from 1,000 genomes for an asthma study, Knome said today.

The Hopkins researchers will use Knome's software, including the company's KnomeVariants and KnomePathways tools, to identify candidate variants, genes, and gene networks.

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