CLC Bio, Ion Torrent, Aarhus University Hospital to Work on IT for Dx Sequencing under $2M Grant | GenomeWeb

CLC Bio, Ion Torrent Systems, and Aarhus University Hospital will collaborate to develop information technology for sequencing-based molecular diagnostics under a $2 million grant from the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation, the Danish bioinformatics firm said this week.

The aim of the three-year project is to develop an integrated software and hardware solution to analyze patient DNA samples using "fast and cheap sequencing options."

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