NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – In order to provide access to high-value proprietary datasets owned by companies, academic institutions, and other entities, YouGene has come up with infrastructure and a business model that provides a forum for these data holders to share their information more broadly and profit from its use.

Specifically, the company has developed YouGene Connect, a platform to which entities can submit their most valuable proprietary datasets and then charge royalties or subscription fees for third parties to access and use the information.

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