PierianDx Licenses Washington University Technology | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Genomic data firm PierianDx today announced it is exclusively licensing a proprietary genetic testing tool and processes from Washington University in St. Louis.

PierianDx will offer the tool, called the Clinical Genomicist Workstation, to other clinical labs "giving them an end-to-end solution for managing clinical next-generation sequencing processes." CGW is a software platform for NGS clinical tests that manages data and workflow, the St. Louis-based company said on its website.

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