NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Sequenom today said it has tapped Tata Consultancy Services to develop software products to “empower its customers to discover, analyze, and report genetic information.”
 
The software will include components that provide access to public and private life sciences databases; integrate bioinformatics and computational biology tools within the framework; and enable the design and execution of workflows.
 

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