Newly Minted InSilico Genomics to Commercialize Genomic Data Hub, Offer RNA-seq Analysis Services | GenomeWeb

Developers of InSilico DB, a publicly available repository of genomic datasets, are preparing to offer a commercial service based on the resource that will offer paying customers the chance to compare their proprietary RNA sequence data with public information and analyze it using open source analysis tools such as the Broad Institute’s GenePattern.

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