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Knome Awards Human Exome Sequencing and Analysis to Biomedical Researchers
Date:10/5/2010

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"The analysis of novel variants and their potential involvement in the development of FAS will be crucial," noted Conroy. "The interpretation application may prove to be a very useful tool. Also, the input and advice from individuals at Knome is always appreciated."

About KnomeDISCOVERY™

KnomeDISCOVERY™ is the first fully integrated human whole-genome and exome sequencing and comparative analysis service for biomedical researchers.  KnomeDISCOVERY™ bundles  comprehensive sequencing with powerful data analysis, to thoroughly characterize novel and previously known DNA spelling variants.  Importantly, the service compares all of the genomes in a given study, letting researchers easily identify suspicious variants that are shared by particular samples, such as those of diseased versus healthy individuals.  Designed to quickly drill down to a shortlist of candidate variants that the researcher can study further, KnomeDISCOVERY™ helps scientists go from DNA to discovery in record time.

About Knome, Inc.

Based in Cambridge, Mass., Knome is a pioneering genomics company focused on state-of-the-art human genome sequencing and interpretation for biomedical researchers and consumers. Led by internationally recognized scientists, Knome has been responsible for comprehensively sequencing and interpreting more human genomes than any other company in the world. For more information, visit www.knome.com.


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