Personalis Seeks Edge with 'Enhanced' Exome and Genome Sequencing, High-Quality Annotations | GenomeWeb

After working quietly for a year, Stanford University startup Personalis recently started offering sequencing and clinical analysis services for human exomes and genomes to researchers. The company wants to set itself apart from competitors by providing more accurate sequencing of all medically relevant areas of the genome and by offering analysis that is based on curated proprietary annotation databases, several of which it licensed exclusively from Stanford.

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