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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Bioinformatics firm Tute Genomics said today it is joining the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health.

The alliance is an international coalition formed to enable the sharing of genomic and clinical data and Tute will work with the alliance and its members to accelerate efforts to carry out its goal. The Provo, Utah-based company will contribute both "gold standard" and new technologies for the rapid identification of disease-causing variants, it said.

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