NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – N-of-One and Appistry said today that they have signed an agreement to jointly provide genetic sequence data analysis and molecular interpretation services.

Specifically, both companies will market N-of-One’s interpretation services and content together with Appistry’s bioinformatics next-generation sequencing analysis solutions and services. Bringing their offerings together will provide a complete workflow that will support diagnostic labs, healthcare providers, and other healthcare organizations, they said.

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