NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – World Fusion and Lumenogix today announced a strategic partnership to integrate their technologies.

World Fusion will integrate its Life Sciences Knowledge Bank for accelerating drug discovery with Lumenogix's Bioinformatics-in-a-Box for next-generation sequencing data analysis. The new system will link NGS-processed results managed by Lumenogix's technology with small molecule and protein data managed by LSKB, enabling pharma to take advantage of the opportunities offered by NGS technology, the partners said.

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