Knome, Personal Genomics Ink Sales, Scientific Agreement | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Knome and Personal Genomics today announced an exclusive sales agreement and a scientific partnership covering Knome's knoSys platform.

Personal Genomics, based in Verona, Italy, becomes Knome's first international distributor, Personal Genomics CEO Marco Dotto said in a statement. Additionally, his firm will continue developing tools, content, and applications for knoSys, which is used for managing and interpreting sequencing data. The platform combines analytical and workflow software with grid computers.

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