Knome to Include HGMD Data in Personal Genomics Offerings | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Personal genomics outfit Knome said today that it is incorporating data from the Human Gene Mutation Database into its genome-interpretation services.

Knome is incorporating the data through an agreement with German bioinformatics firm Biobase, which is distributing the HGMD data.

Under the agreement, Knome, based in Cambridge, Mass., will include HGMD in its KnomeXplorer genome browser software and its genome interpretation update service.

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