Video Interview: Whole Genome Sequencing In 25 Minutes With Edico Genome
This article was originally published in Clinica
Within 10 years, genomics is going to account for the biggest big data challenge. Dr. Pieter van Rooyen, president and CEO of Edico Genome, tells Mike Ward how his company has developed a processor that allows companies to sequence a whole genome within 25 minutes. Edico Genome's DRAGEN bioinformatics processor will help pharma companies process whole genomes and identify specific markers to create personalized medicines faster and more cheaply.
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