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NEW YORK – Genialis today announced a comarketing agreement with Thermo Fisher Scientific on data analysis for RNA sequencing.

Under the terms of the agreement, the partners will integrate Thermo Fisher's Invitrogen Collibri Stranded RNA Library Prep Kit for Illumina next-generation sequencing systems with the Genialis Expressions analysis software. The integrated workflow could ease the data-analysis bottleneck for RNA-seq, allowing "for more streamlined processing of … data sets for applications such as biomarker discovery," the firms said in a statement.

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