Genome interpreter keeps data local for better privacy

10/10/2012 | Nature

The Knome knoSYS 100 can interpret one sequenced genome per day based on current knowledge and keeps the analysis local, appealing to patients and clinicians who worry about keeping personal genomic data private. The device can help bridge the gap between the lab and the clinic by helping clinicians understand sequencing data, Knome CEO Martin Tolar says.

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