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EdgeBio said this week that it is offering a sequencing service called Science as a Service that includes experiment and project design, sample preparation, library construction, amplification and sequencing, bioinformatics, and reporting.

EdgeBio said that the service is "built on" CLC Bio’s enterprise platform, CLC Genomics Server. At the Beyond Sequencing conference in San Francisco this week, Justin Johnson, director of bioinformatics for EdgeBio, said that it also relies on several open-source analysis tools.

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