By Julia Karow

As users of high-throughput sequencing platforms continue to struggle with managing and analyzing large amounts of sequence data, DNAnexus, a new Stanford University spinout, promises relief.

The Palo Alto, Calif.-based firm, which uses a cloud-based infrastructure to store customer data, recently launched web-based data management and functional genomics analysis services for users of Illumina and SOLiD sequencers. It hopes to attract customers based on both ease of use and pricing.

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