NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Geneformics Data Systems and WuXi NextCode have announced a collaboration on genomic data storage and transfer.

Under the terms of the collaboration, WuXi NextCode will integrate Geneformics' compression technology into its workflows.

Israel- and Sunnyvale, California-based Geneformics said in a statement that it can reduce raw file sizes by up to 90 percent. Pairing compression with storage and archiving tech, researchers can query large datasets efficiently.

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