NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A French group spearheaded by genomics services provider IntegraGen said today that it would collaborate on a project to develop software to support data interpretation of next-generation sequencing of cancer patients.

The goal of the Interpretation of Clinical Exome (ICE) project is to provide better diagnoses and develop a data-driven approach for identifying targeted treatment options.

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