CHICAGO (GenomeWeb) – The University of California, San Francisco, has enlisted GenomOncology's informatics platform to analyze and report results from the institution's UCSF500 next-generation cancer sequencing panel.

Cleveland-based GenomOncology said today that it has supplied the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center with a customized installation of the GO Clinical Workbench analysis platform. The platform helps integrate data from multiple clinical, research, and analysis sources, then generates actionable reports for clinicians.  

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