BOSTON--By focusing on data warehousing, the founders of Mosaic Bioinformatics hope to carve themselves a unique niche in the genomic-data-integration arena. "No one else is out here applying data warehousing to life science data," contended Jeffrey Resnick, CEO, who cofounded the company in November with Ken Griffiths.

During careers developing software for pharmaceutical companies, the two said they came to believe that data integration is the industry's number one problem, and that warehousing is the technology to solve it, Resnick said.

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