NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Dutch bioinformatics firm Genalice today said that Macrogen will use the firm's Genalice MAP for data processing as part of its next-generation sequencing analysis and services.

Genalice said that its MAP solution can process genomics data up to 100 times faster than conventional tools, while "radically" reducing storage requirements.

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