NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Thomas Jefferson University Hospital is using SmartGene's web-based database and software to identify bacteria and fungal pathogens, the company said today.
 
The SmartGene platform identifies pathogens based on genetic sequences by using proofreading, aligning, interpreting gene sequences, and by creating dendrograms and reports.
 

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