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CHICAGO (GenomeWeb) – Startup LifeOmic, which offers gene sequencing and related informatics technologies, is less than a year old, yet it seems poised to go where few health IT companies have gone before: aggregation and analysis of both clinical and omics data to support actual patient care.

Indianapolis-based LifeOmic is a software and services company, offering secure cloud-based health IT platforms to healthcare organizations that might not have a high-performance computing core. The company also offers whole-genome sequencing on two Illumina NovaSeq 6000 machines.

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