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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The bioinformatics company formerly known as Omicia announced today that it will now be known as Fabric Genomics, and that it is launching a new end-to-end clinical genomics platform called Fabric Enterprise.

The Oakland, California-based firm also announced that it has signed a technology partnership agreement with bioinformatics firm Sentieon to enhance the platform's secondary analysis capabilities. The firms will co-develop new variant calling software for hereditary diseases and oncology with the aim of improving accuracy.

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