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Ontario Cancer Institute Taps Geospiza for Genetic Analysis Software

The Ontario Institute for Cancer Research will use Geospiza’s genetic analysis software in its sequencing programs for cancer research, the company said this week.

Under the agreement, Toronto-based OICR will use Geospiza’s FinchLab software in its cancer studies. The not-for-profit institute is funded by the Ontario government under the Ministry of Research and Innovation.

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