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SANTA FE, N.M. and NEW YORK, July 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On Tuesday, the National Center for Genome Resources and Simbiot announced a strategic partnership to create new solutions for handling 'big data' in the genomics space.
The two groups are joining forces to launch Lumenogix NGS, a software platform that offers researchers unprecedented knowledge mining and control over their own next-generation sequencing data.
"We are excited to partner with Simbiot and help researchers handle genomic data on their own without specialized bioinformatics expertise," said Dr. Callum Bell, President of NCGR. "Working together we will deliver new and exciting solutions that connect NCGR's expertise and over 20 years in bioinformatics with Simbiot's innovative technical solutions."
"Today is about putting customers first," said Dr. Boris Umylny, CEO of Simbiot. "Together with NCGR we will deliver applications that solve significant technical challenges inherent in high-throughput biological data."
Lumenogix NGS includes:
Lumenogix NGS is available in three configurations:
Lumenogix NGS is available to commercial and academic researchers; please visit www.lumenogix.com for additional information.
NCGR is a 501c(3) nonprofit research institute that applies bioinformatics, software engineering and next-generation sequencing to solve preeminent biological questions of the 21st century through collaborative research and services. To learn more about NCGR, please visit www.ncgr.org.
Simbiot Inc. offers the Simbiot SaaS platform and apps - providing PIs, researchers and others with a revolutionary centralized computational infrastructure for management and analysis of high-throughput nucleic acid data with a primary focus on data produced by next generation sequencing (NGS) devices.
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