NextBio Launches Sequence-Centric Module to Enable Integration of Internal, Public Data | GenomeWeb

By Vivien Marx

This article was originally posted on April 20.

NextBio this week launched a new "sequence-centric" module as part of its search and data-mining platform that enables users to integrate and mine high-throughput array and second-generation sequencing data.

The company said that the new module will allow scientists to use the software-as-a-service offering to explore their own data within the context of publicly available datasets.

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