Xpogen Pins Hopes for Success on Proprietary Platform and Academic Ties | GenomeWeb

Xpogen, a new arrival in the Cambridge, Mass., biotech cluster, is maintaining strong ties with the local academic community.

Its first clients, the Genomics and Cardiogenomics Centers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and the Bioinformatics Program at the Children’s Hospital of Boston, were instrumental in the development of the company’s bioinformatics tools, said Kim Seth, president of Xpogen.

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