NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Intellimedix said today that it is collaborating with BGI Tech to offer an exome sequencing service on Thermo Fisher's Ion Proton at 100x coverage.

The service will use Intellimedix's interpretative software, Prognostix, developed by Jeffrey Skolnick, director of the Center for the Study of Systems Biology at the Georgia Institute of Technology and a scientific advisor to Intellimedix.

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