Russian bioinformatics firm iBinom has released a beta version of a data interpretation solution that bears the company name and is designed for analyzing whole-genome, whole-exome, and targeted sequencing data in clinical contexts.

The company designed the software-as-a-service solution, it said, to provide clinical researchers who are studying inherited diseases in medical centers, academia, and so on, with a tool to rapidly identify known pathogenic mutations in their data and was simple enough for users without informatics expertise to operate.

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