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How to Perform Bioinformatics Analysis for Microbial Sequencing
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Poster Title: How to Perform Bioinformatics Analysis for Microbial Sequencing
Submitted on 12 Oct 2022
Author(s): Dianna Gellar
Affiliations: CD Genomics
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Abstract: Using functional genomics BT+IT (high-throughput gene sequencing technology, biological information technology, high-performance biological cloud computing technology) technology, we provide customers with comprehensive data analysis services with regard to next-generation and third-generation high-throughput sequencing outputs. We are committed to providing quality services to customers through data mining, development, and standardized data analysis processes, as well as continuous and satisfactory assistance to customers in the fields of life science research, pharmaceutical research, and biotechnology. Summary: Using functional genomics BT+IT (high-throughput gene sequencing technology, biological information technology, high-performance biological cloud computing technology) technology, we provide customers with comprehensive data analysis services with regard to next-generation and third-generation high-throughput sequencing outputs. References: https://bioinfo.cd-genomics.com/microorganisms.html
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