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SolveBio to Continue Variant Explorer System Development Through NIH Grant

SolveBio to Continue Variant Explorer System Development Through NIH Grant - top government contractors - best government contracting event

electronic health record EHRThe National Institute of General Medical Sciences has awarded SolveBio a phase one Small Business Innovation Research Grant to continue development work on a genetic variation analysis and visualization system.

SolveBio said Tuesday it built Variant Explorer as a cloud-based data integration and visualization system designed to help medical professionals such as clinical geneticists, molecular pathologists and scientists conduct clinical interpretation of sequenced genetic variants,

“The interpretation and analysis of interesting variants is now the single most intractable bottleneck in the next generation sequencing-based workflow,” Dandan Xu, SolveBio chief scientific officer and principal project scientist.

Variant Explorer works to help scientists and clinicians evaluate genetic variants through curated and actionable data and user interface.

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Written by Dominique Stump

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