PerkinElmer, Mass General Researchers Partner on Sequencing Informatics System | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – PerkinElmer today announced a collaboration with researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital for the development of a sequencing informatics system to profile genetic changes in tumors.

PerkinElmer will work with John Iafrate and Long Le of the hospital's pathology department and cancer center to develop the system, which will be based on PerkinElmer's Geospiza platforms to allow for genotype analysis to define key targets.

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