NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – PathoGenetix and Applied Maths today announced a deal to integrate each other's technologies into a solution for rapid pathogen strain typing.

The two firms will integrate Woburn, Mass.-based PathoGenetix's Resolution System and Belgium-based Applied Maths' BioNumerics software, resulting in a solution that will also allow public health and safety food testing laboratories to share and compare outbreak strain data, they said.

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